Nomination voting will close Friday for the 13 categories in film and television for the sixth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Director Keith Gordon's attraction to subjects of somber literary and political weight hits a speed bump with "Waking the Dead."
Universal is moving toward a fall start on a remake of "Kind Hearts and Coronets," the 1949 comedy that originally starred Alec Guinness in eight different roles.
Writer-director Raymond De Felitta spins a colorful and compelling yarn about a working-class guy who gets more than he bargained for while fulfilling his version of the American Dream in "Two Family…
The launch of Zentropa Internationale at the Rotterdam Intl. Film Festival, which kicked off Wednesday, and runs through Feb. 6, will be the first step in Zentropa Entertainment's departure from…
A spiritedly daft and droll gem of straight-faced lunacy, "Saving Grace" harvests a bumper crop of laughs from a plot revolving around a most unlikely marijuana farmer.
Swiping hot titles from under the noses of well-established German players, post-production giant CineMedia has made its much-anticipated break into the international licensing biz, announcing…
Regis Wargnier's "Est-Ouest" (East-West) placed first in the tally of aud favorites as the 11th Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival wrapped Sunday.
Sony Pictures Entertainment's Columbia Pictures is in final talks with Richard Eyre to helm and co-write "Elegy for Iris," an adaptation of the John Bayley memoir about his marriage to novelist and…
"Other Voices," Dan McCormack's sharply observed feature debut, takes familiar issues, such as the impersonality of corporate life, the breakdown of interpersonal communication and the loss of…
Fresh from winning the Golden Globe for "Boys Don't Cry," Hilary Swank is nearing a deal to join the cast of the Sam Raimi-directed drama "The Gift."