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Jeffrey Hatcher's new comedy is the latest entry in a demonstrable trend in American playwriting of the 1990s: mining humor from the economic and social mess that is post-Soviet Russia. From Murphy…
Warner Bros. has picked up Jeffrey Steinberg's comedy spec "Old and Stupid" for Lauren Shuler-Donner to produce.
Lansbury stars as Emily Pollifax, a recent widow who often talks to her dead husband Virgil and takes to wearing funny hats. Lonely and slightly depressed, the family doctor advises Emily to pursue…
Musical numbers: "Mr. Moliere," "Singin' a Start the Day Tune," "The Navy's in Town," "My All-American Gal," "A Saint She Ain't!," "The Nicest Town I Know," "I Love to Hold Rose," "I Only Dig That…
Privately financed by investors on Iran's free-zone Island of Kish in the Persian Gulf, "Tales of Kish" was originally produced as a six-episode omnibus film. Cannes selectors chose only three…
From Gregg Lachow, director of the aridly experimental "The Wright Brothers," shown at the 1997 L.A. Indie fest, comes a thoughtful and lyrical film that should fly further on the fest circuit…
Getting a jump on the summer pic blitz, Warner Bros. is offering never-before-seen clips of its latest Tom Cruise-Nicole Kidman sizzler "Eyes Wide Shut" to media outlets today, two months before…
Produced by H.R. Chang, Stanley Kim.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures