Armored with twin Golden Globes nominations, Scarlett Johansson could be crowned the figurehead of this year's unusually large contingent of bright young things.
Holly Hunter was struck by how Melanie, mother to an out-of-control preteen (Evan Rachel Wood) in the drama "Thirteen," was relegated to the sidelines of her daughter's life by force, not choice.
Uma Thurman's tour-de-force perf as The Bride in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 1" could easily have been deemed too much of an action role to merit dramatic kudo attention. But the Golden…
Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope studio will make its first foray into the high-def homevideo market Jan. 27 when it releases "One From the Heart" on Digital VHS.
Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane have reached deals to bring "The Producers," Mel Brooks' hit Broadway show, to the bigscreen for Universal Pictures.
Toni Collette will star opposite Cameron Diaz in the Fox 2000 adaptation of the bestseller "In Her Shoes," which begins shooting next month.
Screenwriter Michael Alan Eddy has sued the WGA West and the producers of "The Last Samurai" over the guild's refusal to arbitrate his claim of a writing credit on the Tom Cruise film.
Paramount has tapped R&B songstress Ashanti and thesp Rob Brown ("Finding Forrester") to join Samuel L. Jackson on the "Coach Carter" team.
For the U.S. majors, 2003 ranks as a milestone overseas -- and not just for Disney's Buena Vista Intl., which was the No. 1 studio in the U.S. and abroad, or for Warner Bros. and Miramax, which both…
A pair of box office tracking services crossed T's and dotted I's on final 2003 reports Monday, incorporating official data from closing sessions that previously could only be estimated.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Monday unveiled seven films being considered for the sound editing Oscar: "Finding Nemo," "Kill Bill Vol.1," "The Last Samurai," "The Lord of the Rings…