As anyone who has had the misfortune of working in food services will tell you, there are countless opportunities for mordant humor behind the scenes in a busy restaurant. For his feature directing…
Cinemas in much of Europe couldn't buck the summer lethargy last week as distribs laid low during the Euro 2000 soccer playoffs, While "Mission: Impossible 2" saw explosive bows in five territories…
While it's nothing to crow about, "The Crow: Salvation" is a reasonably suspenseful, adequately made programmer that's true to the tradition of a lone avenger out to raise hell and clear his name.
Academy Award-nominated producer Richard Gladstein ("The Cider House Rules") has reupped his first-look deal with Miramax for two more years while unveiling new projects with John Irving, Quentin…
For a company that was once pronounced dead and buried, the D'Oyly Carte Opera Co. is remarkably fresh and frisky in this utterly beguiling "H.M.S. Pinafore" (or "The Lass That Loved a Sailor"). As…
After the surprise exit of Fox studio chief Bill Mechanic, observers are weighing the possibilities given the likelihood that the studio will launch a search for outside candidates.
Musical numbers: "Welcome to My L.A.," "Sweet Chitty Chatty," "Smile, Smile," "I Am in Dance Class," "The Skate," "Sticks and Stones," "Walk on the Water," "Pass the Flame," "War Is Not Good," "Brave…
Fine Line Features has optioned "Pride and Glory" from Gregory and Gavin O'Connor, the directing-producing brothers behind Fine Line's Academy Award-nominated "Tumbleweeds."
The Baltimore Orioles of the American League made a preseason appearance in Havana in March 1999, the first time in 38 years that a baseball team from the U.S. had set foot on Cuban soil. While the…