Steve Zahn, rapidly growing into a must-use character actor ("Happy, Texas," "Out of Sight"), has inked for his first seven-figure payday in "Shining New Enemies" for Bel Air Entertainment.
The works of Henry James have generally proven difficult to dramatize -- witness the drearily flat recent film adaptations of his masterpieces "The Portrait of a Lady" and "The Wings of the Dove" -…
With an 11th-hour settlement, James Bond was restored to his home at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Sony Pictures Entertainment has declared itself out of the Bond business.
Spyglass Entertainment and New Urban Entertainment have teamed to produce a feature documentary on the game of basketball to be directed by Leon Gast, who won an Oscar for "When We Were Kings."
Produced by Erik Stappenbeck, Joerg Wagner.
Its characters may have those same googly eyes and four-fingered hands, but it's obvious from the get-go that "Futurama" ain't "The Simpsons" --- Matt Groening pedigree or no Matt Groening pedigree…
DreamWorks' "Forces of Nature" remained the nation's most popular film for the second consecutive weekend, dropping a modest 29% to $9.6 million.
Screenplay, Fujikawa. Camera (color, video-to-35mm), Holzman; music, Susan Justin; production designer, Matthew E. Maraffi. Reviewed at Cinequest Film Festival, San Jose, Feb. 26, 1999. Running time…
Will it be second time lucky for "Forbidden Broadway" in ol' Blighty? Hard to say, given some glum faces on opening night for what remains --- at its best --- a far sharper feat of theater criticism…
The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean," Giuseppe Tornatore's existential epic about a virtuoso musician who lives his entire life on a trans-Atlantic liner, took home six trophies at the 54th Nastri…
Girls decide they just wanna have girls in "Why Not Me?" an engaging, disarmingly played comedy of manners that's got as much going for it with heterosexual auds as it has with gay and lesbian…