A chilling, corrosive depiction of the banality of evil, Rowan Woods' powerful debut film essentially covers a 24-hour period as it depicts the events leading up to a never-seen, but evidently…
Helen Hunt, whose performance in "As Good As It Gets" won her a Golden Globe as well as an Oscar nomination for best actress, has been named 1998 ShoWest Actress of the Year. She will receive the…
Aaron Eckhart, who earned raves for his feature debut as the unctuous misogynist in Neil LaBute's "In the Company of Men," has landed the lead opposite Elisabeth Shue in MGM's "Molly."
Frenetic, formulaic and instantly forgettable, "Krippendorf's Tribe'' is a tepid one-joke comedy about a widowed anthropologist who employs his three children in a plot to fake the existence of an…
Tim Smyth and Rand Angel of Broken Glass Prods. have begun production on "Do You Wanna Funk," a documentary tribute to the late disco recording artist Sylvester.
Three generations of Hollywood turned out to honor one of their own as the American Film Institute bestowed its 26th Life Achievement award on Robert Wise Thursday.
A slick, low-laugh-quotient romantic comedy, "Kissing a Fool" offers too few new wrinkles on the tired subject of yuppie commitment anxiety to make it worth the visit.
The irrepressible "Titanic" powered past "The Lion King's" $454 million last week to become the third-highest grossing film ever overseas.
Lucinda Jenney has signed on for Warner Bros.' "Practical Magic," joining a cast that includes Aidan Quinn, Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing and Dianne Wiest.
A fusion of "The Crow" and Kafka, "Dark City" trades in such weighty themes as memory, thought control, human will and the altering of reality, but is engaging mostly in the degree to which it…
Warner Bros. has purchased a thriller pitch from unproduced scribe Carter Blanchard, for a low against mid-six figure pricetag, sources said.