One homework assignment leads to a whole education for three boys and their parents in Pierre Boutron's mild-mannered comedy "Men Will Be Boys." This leisurely variation on "Big" has offspring and…
Ciby 2000, the production, distribution and sales company which was founded by construction magnate Francis Bouygues in the early 1990s, is shuttering its distribution activities.
Shalom Harlow, the model hailed for her comic turn in her feature debut as Matt Dillon's girlfriend in this fall's hit comedy "In & Out," has come down the catwalk for her first leading role in…
A salty blue-collar comedy about a bunch of guys who blow off steam by playing hockey together has set a new record for opening-weekend box office performance in Quebec.
Sensuous, dreamlike study of Brazil's impoverished northeast corner is a deluxe, slow-paced treat for Brazilophiles and the ethnographically interested. Monochrome pic, which won awards at this…
Most U.S. majors have plenty to celebrate during this festive season abroad, particularly Buena Vista Intl. and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Sylvester Stallone and Jenny McCarthy won the Hollywood Women's Press Club's Star of the Year awards at the 57th annual Golden Apple Awards luncheon, held Sunday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Totally disregarding commercial considerations, "Kundun," Martin Scorsese's haunting meditation on the early life of the Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual leader, is one from the heart, a majestic…
Oscar-winner Tom Hanks has become the second major star recently to ink an overall production deal with Universal Pictures, following Michael Douglas' announcement last week, the studio confirmed…
In one of the strongest trading weekends of the year at overseas wickets, James Bond conquered the U.K., "Anastasia" had bewitching foreign preems in two Latino territories, "Hercules" kept pulling…
Crime paid big at the 17th annual meeting of the Boston Society of Film Critics, with top awards going to "L.A. Confidential" and "Donnie Brasco."