James Cromwell and Bruce Greenwood have signed to co-star in "I, Robot," the 20th Century Fox adaptation of the Isaac Asimov book that just began shooting in Vancouver.
Producer Mimi Polk Gitlin has inked a deal with Joshua Stern to script "Paper Dragon," a family action-adventure about a boy and his ancient Chinese warrior pal.
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Starting next year, the American Film Market will move to November and join forces with the AFI Film Festival.
An old-fashioned scarefest set in a haunted, high-rise apartment, "Bhoot" (literally, "Ghost") piles on the shocks in effective style until jumping the rails at the end with an over-hasty resolution…
Backstage tale of an all-male Shakespearean troupe shot through with envy, jealousy and unrequited love, "Valentin" mirrors its comic-tragic dilemmas in rehearsed scenes from the Bard's works. Pic's…
This intense gay soap opera follows a clean-cut boy through his first year at a conservative, all-male college. Helmer/D.P. Anne Misawa makes amateurish acting read as unformed adolescence, and…
Examining nuances of masculinity, sexuality and physical worship as a substitute for love, "Danny in the Sky" distills its provocative points into banal melodrama. Denis Langlois' turgid tale of a…
Revolution Studios will open a superhero school, optioning the graphic novel "Zoom's Academy for the Super Gifted" from Jason Lethcoe for Team Todd and Underground Films to produce.
AMC Entertainment, whose stadium-seat makeover of a Century City megaplex is still a year away, Friday debuts a new 16-screener in Burbank with movies including "The Hulk."
Famke Janssen, currently onscreen in 20th Century Fox's "X2," will be honored at Cinema Expo 2003 as international star of the year, organizers said Monday.