Part Gen-X Gallagher, part face-pulling Jerry Lewis, popular standup comic Carrot Top attempts that inevitable crossover to the bigscreen in "Chairman of the Board." The results, peppered with the…
Film stock manufacturer Kodak will announce the winner of its 1998 Aperture Grant on Wednesday.
A very peculiar original story that plays like a labored adaptation of an old, obscure novel, "The Proposition" is an offer most people will be able to refuse.
As ShoWest '98 wound to a close Thursday at Ballys Hotel & Casino, Miramax Films unspooled its first-ever confab reel tubthumping 18 pics to an antsy and somewhat weary audience of some 2,500 exhibs.
A radical departure from the director's previous youth-angst movies, Richard Linklater's "The Newton Boys" is a chronicle of four real-life siblings who entered collective mythology as among the most…
Newly formed Tri-Laurel Prods. has acquired the film rights to "More Than a Ballgame -- An Inside Look at Minor League Baseball," a recently released book written by former minor league executive Sam…
The Mexican films generating the most buzz at the Guadalajara film fest captured top honors at the 13th Muestra -- or showcase -- of Mexican and IberoAmerican cinema.
A modern immorality tale with a keen, observant edge, "Primary Colors" can hardly help but fascinate as an exceedingly rare example of a film a clef.
Rachel Weisz has been cast opposite Brendan Fraser in Stephen Somers' remake of the classic 1932 horror film "The Mummy" for Universal, sources said Thursday.
Billy Zane, currently onscreen in "Titanic," has segued from the biggest-budget pic in Hollywood history to a modest, low-budget Canuck film, "Taxman."
MGM has rounded out the cast for "Molly," inking deals with Jill Hennessy, Elizabeth Mitchell and D.W. Moffett to join Elisabeth Shue and Aaron Eckhart in the film.