Jim Caviezel segues from whips and nails to a more benign nine iron in glossily packaged biopic of the golf legend who remains the only winner of all four major tournaments in a single year. Beyond…
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will screen "Try to Remember: The Fantasticks."
Conservative audiences that turned "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" into a mainstream TV hit are the likeliest customers for this fitfully amusing Aussie farce about two small-town buddies who…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The struggle to give screen treatment to Alice Sebold's bestselling novel "The Lovely Bones" has taken an intriguing turn. Talks are under way with Peter Jackson and partners Fran Walsh and Philippa…
In another shakeup for the New York Time's culture pages, A.O. Scott will ascend to Janet Maslin's former post and soon be named chief movie critic, while film reviewer Elvis Mitchell is expected to…
Larry Gross has been hired to write a script about the life of William Desmond Taylor, the Hollywood silent film director whose 1922 murder remains an unsolved mystery, for Columbia Pictures.
Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Motion Pictures and David Allen's Kismet Entertainment Group are teaming to produce remakes of Mario Bava's "Kidnapped" and "Black Sabbath."
Peter Weir is attached to direct "Pattern Recognition," a thriller that Anonymous Content has set up at Warner Bros. Weir will co-write the script with David Arata.
Greenlighting an ever-growing number of effects-heavy pics, 20th Century Fox has tapped Joe Hartwick to oversee a new visual effects department at the studio.
In one of the boldest moves ever taken by an independent producer, Steve Bing has invested close to $80 million in Warner Bros. Christmas tentpole, "Polar Express."
As the Los Angeles County Dept. of Health comes to terms with two HIV-positive porn performers, the adult entertainment industry is chafing under the attention.