Woody Allen isn't the only one getting more public these days.
The Catholic Church condemned it, United Artists disowned it, the critics panned it and audiences stayed away from it.
On June 11, toymaker Hasbro re-released its "Navajo Code Talker" G.I. Joe action figure, a move that seems like a clever tie-in to MGM's just-releaseed "Windtalkers." Only, it's not.
When the Motion Picture Assn. of America was founded 80 years ago, Hollywood was a one-reel town and the studios had one common problem: censorship born of complaints that the pic biz was a morally…
The summer season gathered a head of steam last week, sparked by "Spider-Man's" heroic debuts in Europe (and wintry Australia) and handy contributions from a slew of other freshmen including "The Sum…
With the June 14 bow of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Scooby-Doo," Mosaic Media Group is eagerly waiting to see if their dog wags its tail -- or if it's the tail wagging the dog.
If ever a weekend demonstrated the promise, and possible peril, of Henry Winterstern's $400 million network of Hollywood investments, it's this one.
Commentators inclined toward grand pronouncements will find in "Mr. Deeds" everything they need to sound off about the withering of Hollywood films in particular and American culture in general from…
Los Angeles has the curious blessing of hosting more than a dozen annual film festivals -- hardly surprising for a town created by the movies, but it's hell on the individual fest trying to make its…
Rethinking the serial killer film in every respect, David Jacobson presents a powerfully cool visualization of a gruesome life in "Dahmer." By de-dramatizing and by refusing to serve up easy…
The three-day Hong Kong Intl. Film and TV Market (June 26-28) is the territory's premier film and television tradeshow, and one of the region's biggest events. But the introduction of the three-day…