Events surrounding development of the birth-control pill, along with the scientific breakthrough's sexual and sociological ramifications, get once-over-lightly treatment by co-helmers Chana Gazit and…
DreamWorks will once again play with publisher Activision, having signed a massive deal to create vidgames based on the studio's next three CG-animated pics and any sequels.
In her first screen effort since being convicted on shoplifting charges, Winona Ryder will join "Everybody Loves Raymond" star Ray Romano in the Artisan-distributed comedy "Eulogy."
Now that the Golden Globes are behind us, Oscar planners may well be asking themselves, "Do we really want the two major award shows to be virtually back to back?"
Here's an unlikely Hollywood pitch: a $25 million biopic about a guy who died 2,000 years ago, shot in two languages that have been dead nearly as long, with no subtitles.
Multiple buyers jockeyed Monday for the right to distribute the InDigEnt production "Pieces of April." The dramatic competition entry jumped to the top of the charts at the Sundance Film Festival…
Sensitive direction and a touching performance from Emile Hirsch in the title role help counter some dramatic naivete and awkward, at times unintentional, humor in "The Mudge Boy." Set in rural…
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" passed $400 million internationally and registered Italy's biggest opening weekend ever while rapper Eminem found his voice with stellar debuts for "8 Mile" in…
Hollywood publicists have tapped "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" producers Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Gary Goetzman to receive the Motion Picture Showmanship Award.
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped 16 cinematographers as nominees in its three TV categories, with NBC and CBS programs taking three nods each.
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