"Dancing in September" is the decorous and conventional version of "Bamboozled." This critique of the racial images that blacks themselves choose to serve up on television has a few pertinent things…
Thia Montroy has joined Paramount-based Lynda Obst Prods. as VP of development.
A little Sergio Leone here, a little "Sleepy Hollow" there and, uh, martial arts-style confrontations are all deftly melded in "Brotherhood of the Wolf," an attempt to elucidate the French urban…
THERE IT WAS, in the Jan. 26 ads for “The Wedding Planner”: a quote from Curtis Waller of MTV Radio, hailing the film as “The best date movie of the year!” Clearly, Mr. Waller knows that this phrase…
John Leguizamo and Kathleen DeMarco's Lower East Side Films has renewed its first-look film and television deal with Miramax.
Italian exhibitors have joined forces to push for a longer season to heat up the summer months with major new product. Hollywood producers fear opening their pics during a traditionally dead period…
Mike Downey’s company is called Bridie Films. Sam Taylor’s Mass Prods. produced “The Young Poisoner’s Handbook.” Information was incorrect in Wednesday’s paper. * * * Craig T. Mathew took photographs…
Among the casualties of the AOL Time Warner merger is RoughCut.com, the 5-year-old movie fan site from TNT.
Another attempt to nail the fashion industry, "Perfume" is more coherent and serious-minded than Robert Altman's mess "Ready to Wear," but remains a less alluring creation. Helmer Michael Rymer's…
DreamWorks has stepped up the altar to slip on "The Ring," paying $1 million to outbid Disney for remake rights to "Ringu," a 1998 Japanese suspenser from Hideo Nakata.
Haley Joel Osment, a largely unknown child actor before bowing to critical and public acclaim in 1999's "The Sixth Sense," has been named Showest 2001's supporting actor of the year.