Industry Entertainment and Gotham-based Killer Films have joined forces in optioning the film rights to Sheila Kohler's psychological suspense novel "Cracks."
An unbeatably colorful life story and wealth of archival materials would have been quite enough to make "The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack" a first-rate docu. Helmer Aiyana Elliott (who directed the…
Keaton, who made the equally schmaltzy but more deftly observed meller "Unstrung Heroes," is an efficient helmer, here overseeing a glossy, easy-to-digest, entertaining package with good production…
With a 1-2 finish by "Scream 3" and Leonardo DiCaprio starrer "The Beach" and strong bows for kid-oriented "Snow Day" and "The Tigger Movie," the weekend B.O. had a distinctive beat. If you were…
The estrogen flows like wine in "Woman Soup," a nicely shot but weakly scripted tale of four Taipei women and their man problems. Pic falls awkwardly between two stools, with neither the compulsive…
“Pearl Harbor” is the picture that won’t go away. By week’s end, the rumors that the Walt Disney Co. had secured outside financing for the Michael Bay-Jerry Bruckheimer project had evaporated…
The arrival of two strangers brings changes to the relationship between girlfriends in a lazy South Carolina beach town in Robert J. Siegel's examination of late-adolescent love and friendship…
(Hokkien and Mandarin dialogue)
Eddie Murphy and Fox are near a deal that will pay him $20 million against 20% of the gross to star in a sequel to "Dr. Dolittle," with production expected to begin by the fall.
The best in forgiving Christian values is at the heart of well-intentioned but weakly conceived "Walking Across Egypt." By far the most distinguishing factor is Ellen Burstyn's independent-minded…
Terrence Malick will be honored with the American Film Institute's Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal, recognizing the achievements of an AFI graduate.