The word flawless is bandied about liberally these days, but it may be soberly and properly used to describe Eileen Heckart in Kenneth Lonergan's new play "The Waverly Gallery." As a woman descending…
Produced by Mario Krastev.
On the heels of her performance in the hit comedy "The Whole Nine Yards," Amanda Peet is in negotiations to star in "Big Daddy" director Dennis Dugan's "Saving Silverman" for Columbia Pictures.
Return to Me," Bonnie Hunt's feature directorial debut, is a simplistic, highly contrived romantic comedy about the mysterious workings of fate --- in this case, a love affair between a young widower…
Graced with good performances and a vivid take of how easy it is for teenagers to go wrong, "Double Parked" pays some dramatic fines for careening rather too freely and abruptly between comedy shtick…
Winner of a shared first prize at the Gothenburg fest, "Knockout" is a road movie that runs out of steam once it puts the brakes on and decides to stay in one place. Box office prospects look shaky.
Gene Hackman has agreed to star in the MGM comedy "Breakers," joining Sigourney Weaver, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jason Lee in the John Davis-produced film.
There was "Heathers," and then, last year, there was everything from "Cruel Intentions" to "Jawbreaker," but Christina Peters' lame attempt to catch the latest teen-bitches-from-hell wave with "The…
Based on a controversial 1995 bestseller about female vigilantes, "Geography of Fear" is a Finnish film that tries to debate the issue of violence against women and what women can and should do to…
The Directors Guild of America's African-Advisory Steering Committee has elected Paris Barclay, Reginald D. Brown and Michael Schultz as co-chairs.