Tarak Ben Ammar, film producer and adviser to media moguls Silvio Berlusconi and Rupert Murdoch, on Tuesday was appointed chairman of the board of Italy's Roma Studios.
An over-long comedy with a common touch, "If I Were a Rich Man" follows a husband's escapades as he endeavors to live it up while concealing from his wife the fact he's won a lottery jackpot. Blend…
Oscar night may be more than three months away, but awards season is in full swing. Screening lists are growing, special soirees are plentiful, and marketing mavens are frantic.
A double dose of the boy wizard has rocketed Warner Bros. past Sony into pole position at the overseas B.O. -- and it looks sure to take line honors for 2002.
It's almost as if the f/x biz in 2002 was trying to make up for the creation of Jar Jar Binks. Besides boasting bigger and more realistic visuals, several among this year's crop of effects-heavy pics…
A movie in which Jack Nicholson galvanizes the screen is never too far away from at least one Oscar nomination (for its three-time winning star), but "About Schmidt" has the earmarks of an award…
Based on Michael Cunningham's Pulitzer-winning novel, Paramount's "The Hours" has a winning combo of kudo components and weight to score in several major categories this awards season.
After homering with "The Rookie," Disney and producers Gordon Gray and Mark Ciardi are tackling the gridiron with "Fourteen Feet."
One of the great film success stories of 2002, the sexy, sad and politically charged Mexican road pic "Y tu mama tambien" (And Your Mother Too) can't compete in the foreign-lingo race.
Whether the Academy will go for two Irish-American gangster movies in one year is a question that hovers over "Road to Perdition.''