Director Dean Parisot is near a deal to join Bruce Willis on "Me Again," a thriller with comic overtones that is developing momentum at Intermedia Films and Cheyenne Enterprises.
Their "Spidey" web of intrigue stretched from Los Angeles to New York to Japan.
A new organization representing the British Columbia film industry is going after a bigger share of funding from the federal government, and is demanding more competitive tax incentives to attract…
Reggae artist Shaggy's "Why Me Lord" on the soundtrack of contempo African immigrant drama "Anansi" underscores pic's poignant plea for strength and understanding.
For many years what is now the Toronto Intl. Film Festival was officially known as the Toronto Festival of Festivals, and it was as the latter that the 2002 edition succeeded best.
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…