Oscar winning actress Holly Hunter has joined the cast of Mike Figgis' "Time Code 2000" for Columbia.
Janet McTeer and Richard Farnsworth, two thesps already generating Oscar buzz, received top acting prizes Friday at the 14th annual Fort Lauderdale Film Festival.
Although it fizzled on Broadway, "Sail Away" made a star of Stritch, for whom it was written, and indeed it is a vehicle form-fitted to her acerbic charm. Even in 1961 she did not possess a beautiful…
Maybe Baby, It's You" is the kind of comedy someone could write only after watching years of television. Charlie Shanian and Shari Simpson, who wrote and perform this series of sketches about…
Projections on the stage curtain may announce that "Four Nights in Knaresborough" is set in 1171, but don't you believe it: Teacher-turned-writer Paul Corcoran's debut play is firmly rooted in the…
Tamala Jones (“The Wood”) has joined the cast of Michael Kalesniko’s “How to Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog,” starring Kenneth Branagh and Robin Wright Penn. Jones currently stars on the WB’s “For Your…
Based on a true story, "Bounce" lays on the problems but subtly suggests solutions in its account of two South Bronx rappers trying to get a break. This ultra-low-budget look at inner-city…
Warren Beatty will receive the American Society of Cinematographers' Governors Award when the group holds its annual prize ceremony on Feb. 20.
That sinking feeling experienced last week by many exhibs overseas was prompted by waning holdovers and a handful of new releases that ranged from reasonably good to blah.
"The World Is Not Enough," and neither is this new entry in the James Bond cycle. Although not without its moments, particularly an exciting pre-credits high-speed boat chase and some solid work by…
Looking to go behind the scenes of Chicago's frenetic commodities market, Warner Bros. has struck a deal for "The Bear & the Bull," a spec by first-time scribe and former CAA assistant Jay Lavender.