Quentin Tarantino die-hards, who until now have had to study up on their master's chopsocky faves by hunting down old VHS copies of "Duel of the Iron Fist" and "Seven Blows of the Dragon," are in for…
Fuming French majors and irate indies are hell bent on blocking Warner Bros. access to Gallic film production subsidies, as approved by film industry authorities last week.
Adam Dawtrey - London Eye
Will Ferrell graduates to his first solo leading role with flying colors in a holiday comedy about a clueless innocent who saves Christmas and fosters a renewed sense of family in his reluctant…
Influential European film org EFCA has added its voice to the chorus of disapprival surrounding the compromise on the videotape screeners ban reached by the MPAA and AMPAS.
"James' Journey to Jerusalem," a nimble but telling skit on illegal immigration and racketeering in Israel, won the top Golden Palm Tree at an austere 24th Valencia Intl. Film Festival.
The Wayans are gone but the laughs are back. Franchise is now in the directorial hands of David Zucker, who kick-started its umpteen-gags-per-hour parody ilk with "Airplane!" in 1980. Feature should…
A roundly entertaining romantic comedy, "Love Actually" is still nearly as cloying as it is funny. Cheeky wit, impossibly attractive cast and sure-handed professionalism are beguiling, qualities…
SCARED SILLY Comedies and horror-thrillers have vied closely for autumn’s auds. Laffers have the upper hand this season, generating $189 million – 18% more than horror-thrillers. Today…
In a seven-figure deal, Universal Pictures has purchased Anthony Swofford's Gulf War memoir "Jarhead" and hired William Broyles to adapt it.
Taye Diggs will topline the Armada Pictures feature "Drum," which goes before cameras Nov. 7 in South Africa under the direction of Zola Maseko.