Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
It's Hollywood's dirty little secret. The Golden Globes really matter. On Dec. 18, more than 400 media members gathered at 5:30 a.m. at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to hear announcement of the…
Reporters who complained about the cattle-pen environs of the Hollywood press junket didn't know how good they had it.
Saddam Hussein's recent capture was particularly interesting to John Milius. After all, the U.S. military named its Saddam-seizing venture Operation Red Dawn.
Peter Bart: The Back Lot
India's latest hit, both at home and abroad, is Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Kal ho na ho" (Tomorrow May Not Come). Released at the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, the Bollywood musical has…
Elizabeth Guider: Voiceover
A lackluster year for French cinema is expected to translate into a 12% dip in foreign box office to some 240 million euro this year, 44% of the total B.O. for Gallic fare, according to Unifrance…
Roy E. Disney may have parted company with Michael Eisner, but he's fully backing one of Disney's "new" films.
The Chinese New Year is just around the corner, but this season Hong Kong film companies are also celebrating the Western New Year as a harbinger of change and good fortune.
Move over Hannibal Lecter. The true story of a Teutonic man-eater may be coming soon to theaters.
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