Whoever winds up distributing "The Passion" for Mel Gibson can expect to inherit not only a Judeo-Christian controversy but also an unconventional approach to marketing.
In the country where state-of-the-art computer graphics were developed to tell an ancient story of hobbits and orcs, a small software company is fighting above its weight in designing computer…
He said he'd be back. But in throwing his hat into the ring in California's gubernatorial recall race, "Terminator" star Arnold Schwarzenegger likely won't be seen on the bigscreen for a considerable…
Europeans escaped the heatwave last week by cooling off in cinemas -- but pretty much only those where Arnold Schwarzenegger was strutting his stuff.
Jason's back and Freddy's got him! Such is the basic hook of this hybrid of the two most successful horror franchises of the '80s -- "Friday the 13th" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street." The basic…
In AOL's turbulent sea of media assets, Warner Bros. stands out for its tentpoles -- juggernauts like "Harry Potter," "The Matrix" and "Scooby Doo" -- that open on thousands of screens, pushing…
Almost every time a U.S. tentpole pic opened at less than stellar levels or crashed in its soph session this summer, studio execs were quick to proclaim their under-appreciated film was resonating -…
"Calendar Girls," the real-life story of seemingly staid, mature Yorkshire women who posed for a nudie calendar, delivers very likable, if sometimes dramatically wobbly, results. Pic's a splendid…
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
Star appeal, moderate budgets and a genre ideal for repeat television viewing -- welcome to the tres drole world of French comedy pics.
Siggraph, the computer graphics conference held last week in San Diego, has always been an odd mishmash. It's part trade show, part job fair and part egghead academic conference.