The Hong Kong Intl. Film Market, or Filmart, has set June 24-26 for its second annual event.
We all know what the world's oldest profession is. But this sumptuously detailed, ultra-comprehensive four-hour historical doc makes a strong case for magic being the second-oldest, blending film…
Elizabeth Pena has inked opposite Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker for New Line Cinema's "Rush Hour," sources said Friday.
Humor, tenderness and a lot of filmmaking technique make "My Mom's First Olympics," the true story of a blind woman who becomes a world champion lawn bowler, a delightful, insightful documentary…
Jack the Ripper comes loping again out of the 1888 London fog in yet another version of his crimes, his motives and his often-surmised, never-proved identity. Deadly dull and begging, entry imported…
When you're hot, you're hot. Litigator Pierce O'Donnell goes to federal court in downtown L.A. this morning to argue for a preliminary injunction blocking release of the Steven Spielberg film…
Filmed in Toronto by Power Pictures in association with Wilshire Court Prods. Producer, Julian Marks; director, John Korty; writer, John McGreevey, based on "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens…
Genetic engineering no longer seems so outlandish, yet the residual sci-fi fog hanging over it makes for tricky theatrical treatment: Poker-faced naturalism didn't work for "Twilight of the Golds,"…
Everyone has heard the familiar lament: The book was better than the movie. Now MGM and Tekno Books, a division of Big Entertainment Inc., are trying to capitalize on the adage.
Five years after proving he could make box office lightning strike twice with "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York," John Hughes has revived his popular franchise with another sequel. This time, however…
MGM has bought David Ambrose's novel "The Man Who Turned Into Himself" for producer/director Irvin Winkler.