Writer-director Daniel Pyne will make his sophomore directorial effort based on an untitled pitch for Castle Rock Pictures and producer Chuck Weinstock.
Promising a Spinal Tap-like look at an erstwhile 80s New Wave band reuniting for one last chance at glory, The Suburbans instead delivers a mediocre ensemble comedy-drama thats not particularly…
Peter and Bobby Farrelly, the two brothers who co-wrote and directed "There's Something About Mary," have been named ShoWest 1999's screenwriters of the year.
Pity those poor, heroin-addicted rock stars and fashion models, suffering their ennui while docked in Paree: Truly, it must be tough being a living cliche. To its credit, B&W U.S. indie feature "The…
In a move that further boosts its concert industry holdings and reduces the clout of competitors, SFX Entertainment has plunked down nearly $94 million for several venues owned or operated by the…
Those looking for a complex, cerebral deconstruction of Chekhov, as in Andre Gregory's "Vanya," beware! Michele Palermo's play, which is billed as "loosely inspired" by Chek-hov's "Three Sisters,"…
In the wake of "Titanic," January's box office sank by 12% on a gross of $590.9 million for the first 31 days of 1999.
There are two kinds of people destined to see this revival of "Rocky Horror Show": those addicted to Richard O'Brien's cult-classic musical and those interested in how David Ar-quette looks in a…
Denzel Washington, who won an Oscar in 1989 for his supporting performance in "Glory," will be a presenter at this year's Academy Awards.
Paolo Virzi's bittersweet comedy "Kisses and Hugs" sticks close to the setting, tone and ensemble structure of his 1997 hit and Venice Grand Jury Prize-winner "Ovosodo" (Hard-Boiled Eggs), and again…
Customized to appeal to heat-seeking young audiences by brandishing as many trendy, edgy elements as possible, Go is an overly calculated concoction that nonetheless delivers a pretty good rush. Doug…