DUSTING OFF OATERS Disney is hoping audiences will remember "The Alamo," but only six Westerns in box office history have cracked the century mark. TOP-GROSSING WESTERNS OF ALL TIME Pic…
Robert Rodriguez's resignation from the DGA has jeopardized Paramount's development of its tentpole pic "A Princess of Mars." As a DGA signatory, Par is required to employ only guild directors.
You're about to see a more entertaining side of Sears. After a successful tie-in with ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," department store giant Sears, Roebuck and Co. has tapped NMA…
Nicole Kassell ("The Woodsman") will direct the feature adaptation of Arthur Miller's play "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" for Mark Canton's Atmosphere Pictures.
National Geographic Feature Films is erupting over "Krakatoa." Company is gearing up to film a "Titanic"-style epic adventure/love story set amid the 1883 volcanic explosion off the coast of Java.
A headlong rush into the dangerous and competitive world of championship motorcycle racing, Mark Neale's "Faster" reps an often thrilling, always compelling intro to the sport, assuredly laying out…
Vampirism-as-metaphor-for heroin-addiction has been done before, most memorably in Larry Fessenden's '97 "Habit." "I Pass for Human" is a worthy if modest take on the same theme, as written/directed…
A stab at more commercial genre terrain after the Amerindie quirky comedy of his first two features ("The Space Between Us," "Road Kill"), Matthew Leutwyler's "Dead and Breakfast" offers plenty of…
A decent spin on "The Hills Have Eyes," "Savage Island" pits yuppies against hicks in a fight to the death between two families on a remote isle. What helmer Jeffery Scott Lando's first feature lacks…
Michael Clarke Duncan, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Ben Gazzara will be honored at the ninth annual Palm Beach Film Festival next week. There will also be a special tribute to the late Rod Steiger.
Adrien Brody will open the 3rd Ivy Film Festival at Brown University on April 9 with a talk about his work.