Matt Dillon makes a shaky bigscreen helming debut with "City of Ghosts," a white flotsam-in-Asia drama whose conventional content is garnished but not obscured by generous helpings of authentic…
Performances are sharper than the material in "I'm With Lucy," a moderately diverting comedy about a single New York woman working her way through five blind dates in search of a spouse. Although…
Less than two years ago only 7% of all the copies of Disney's "Tarzan" purchased for home video were DVDs.
New Line Cinema has always enjoyed a proud history of onscreen violence, but now the studio actually has acquired "A History of Violence."
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired U.S rights and additional territories to "The Statement," a political thriller starring Michael Caine to be directed and produced by Norman Jewison.
Part failed moodscape and part Bunuel-by-numbers, "The Dauphin" dallies with specimens of the idle rich in Portugal circa 1968. Script, based on a noted novel, paints in broad, sweeping strokes its…
Actress Kim Hunter, best known for her Oscar-winning role as Stella Kowalski -- the role she originated on Broadway -- opposite Marlon Brando in the 1951 screen classic "A Streetcar Named Desire,"…
The Screen Actors Guild has strongly supported the DGA in its fight with CleanFlicks, the Colorado retailer that cuts sex, violence and foul language from movies it rents.
Distrib vet Mark Borde has launched Innovation Film Group, a theatrical distribution shingle based in Santa Monica.
Producer Roger Corman plans to make a now-rare foray into the theatrical feature world with "Captain Justice," an action comedy budgeted at $3 million.
Amid a criminal probe over lavish spending and political donations, the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has pulled the plug on a pair of $500-a-plate fundraisers for Los Angeles City Council…