After a nearly back-to-back blockbuster summer, the dog days of August are ushering in a passel of lower-budget and lower-profile pics. WB unveils "The Exorcist: The Beginning" at 2,803 theaters…
The Producers Guild of America has set Oct. 7 for its third annual Celebration of Diversity and tapped as honorees Gail Berman, Gordon Davidson, Morgan Freeman, NBC drama "ER" and John Wells.
MGM has tapped Diane Sabatini as senior veep of physical production.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has appointed two staffers and upped a third.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors have tapped seven-time Oscar winner Gary Rydstrom to receive the org's career achievement award.
A cash-strapped nightclub owner turns marijuana farmer in Down Under clunker "The Crop." Privately financed and distributed comedy-thriller is torpedoed by inadequate performances, impoverished…
A fact-based procedural whose drama gets lost amid its analytical detail, "Black Friday" is an honorable attempt to carve a movie out of one of India's most shocking examples of religious terrorism…
As the lines between showbiz and politics keep getting blurrier and blurrier, even Turner Classic Movies is weighing in, signing Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards to tape an…
Meandering along country roads rarely bisected by the average tourist, "Blue Highways -- Voices of the Other America" wanders aimlessly through rural areas, gathering up a collection of motley types…
Midwesterners are unmercifully given enough rope to hang themselves -- and by extension their fellow American supporters of the Iraqi war -- by documentarian Andreas Horvath in his"This Ain't No…
On September 3rd, the 30th Deauville Festival of American Film will kick off with the world premiere of -- a French movie. Jury prez Claude Lelouch, whose "A Man and a Woman" made scenic use of…