TV vet Polly Draper comes out swinging in her debut as a feature writer-producer-star. Set in NYC's casually gritty jazz world, "The Tic Code" folds musicality, nervous disorder and family dynamics…
Just a week after netting a record profit -- roughly $25 million -- from the Oscar telecast, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is donating $250,000 to 21 college and community film…
For most of its running time, "The Secret Path" is a simplistic, terribly earnest story of race relations in the Old South until it turns into something far stranger -- a tonally flat drama that…
After 10 years of writing, Thomas Harris has turned in "Hannibal," his novel sequel to "The Silence of the Lambs," which was turned into the 1990 film that won five Oscars.
As shallow and brainless as are the majority of those guerrilla-style so-called reality hours that tend to recur like a computer virus every sweeps period on Fox -- you know, like "World's Itchiest…
Warner Bros. is in final talks to pick up the espionage thriller "The Catcher Was a Spy" as a vehicle for George Clooney to star, with Clooney, Robert Lawrence and Andrew Lazar producing.
Turning "The Taming of the Shrew" into a teen comedy sounds like a high-concept no-brainer, until you realize the play's extremely crusty plot mechanics and dyed-in-wool misogyny make it even less…
Fine Line is in talks with musicvid director Sam Bayer to take the helm of "Monster's Ball," a project that Sean Penn had been in negotiations to direct before dropping out earlier this year.
With an 11th-hour settlement, James Bond was restored to his home at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Sony Pictures Entertainment has declared itself out of the Bond business.
Give D. Paul Thomas credit for tackling big issues in “The Presentment,” currently receiving its world premiere at the Pasadena Playhouse. The drama examines the intersection between the religious…
Producer Lawrence Bender has bought an untitled romantic comedy spec for his Lawrence Bender Prods. banner.