A politically incorrect comedy which starts off with fart jokes and the hero beating up disabled people in a toilet isn't going to please many film-goers, but that may not affect the B.O. prospects…
A Wide 'Net - Travis F. Smith
A delicious performance by Kim Ha-neul and a script that morphs into a very different movie in its second half make "My Tutor Friend" a pleasure among the current wave of Korean youth pics. Romantic…
Add Portugal to the list of markets from which Warner Bros. is withdrawing as an exhib. The studio is selling its 50% stake in the Portuguese circuit to its partner Lusomundo for 21 million euros…
“View From the Top” helmer Bruno Barreto’s next project will be “Palmeiras, um caso de amor,” a Portuguese-lingo romantic comedy based on Mario Prata’s bestseller. LC Barreto and Geracao Conteudo…
The Cannes Film Festival will close with a golden oldie: the newly restored version of Charlie Chaplin's 1936 classic "Modern Times."
The U.S. studios may gripe about escalating production budgets, marketing costs and talent paychecks, but their combined revenues from all media streams worldwide last year hit record heights.
Continuing their collaboration started on "Seabiscuit," Universal's Kennedy/Marshall Co. and Gary Ross' Larger Than Life Prods. will develop a film based on Brad Meltzer's upcoming novel "The Zero…
Colin Firth and Mena Suvari have signed to star in "Trauma," a psychological chiller directed by Marc Evans, which will be the first pic made under the Ministry of Fear banner at Little Bird Films.
Serial killer H.H. Holmes, who stalked his prey at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, is in the cross-hairs of an unusually high-profile development contest.
In an move likely to stir further debate over the spread of cinema advertising, Century Theaters is circulating a public promise to keep multiplexes free from on-screen product pitches.