A half-baked hybrid of "After Hours" and "Blind Date," "Woo" is a graceless and gratingly unfunny comedy that brings out the worst in just about everybody involved. The New Line release has been…
Leonardo DiCaprio and his "Titanic" shipmates ruled the Japanese box office for the "Golden Week" national holidays in late April and early May. Golden Week is the third-largest box office season in…
Judith Godreche, the French actress who starred in Patrice Leconte's "Ridicule" and the Leonardo DiCaprio pic "The Man in the Iron Mask," has been set as the female lead in "Entropy" opposite Stephen…
Horseshoe Bay Prods., the Hollywood Pictures-based partnership between producer Gary Foster and writer-director Mark Steven Johnson, has hired a new executive and set up several new projects.
Integrating classical themes into rock 'n' roll --- as evidenced by the dunderheaded noodling of, say, Emerson, Lake & Palmer --- is about as easy as mixing oil and water, largely because literal…
Holly Fields, who appeared in Showtime's "Runaway Daughters" and Sony's "Mr. Payback," has been cast as the female lead in Artisan Entertainment's "Evil Never Dies," the sequel to "Wishmaster." The…
While Imagine Entertainment has lowered an iron curtain of secrecy around its remake of the Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Psycho," details on the casting continue to run to the light.
Hoping to show that Hell or even "Godzilla" hath no fury like two best friends scorned, 20th Century Fox has acquired Marcus Gautesen's spec "This Means War," to which Martin Lawrence is attached to…
Actors Paul Francis ("Sparkle and Charm") and Angel Boris ("Suicide Blonde") have been cast in two of the leads for the Trimark Pictures thriller "Warlock: The End of Innocence," which shoots at the…
October Films has acquired North American and U.K. rights to Robert Altman's comedy of manners "Cookie's Fortune," which will star Glenn Close, Julianne Moore, Chris O'Donnell and Liv Tyler.
Hoping to generate more buzz among moviegoers, 20th Century Fox has postponed for one week the national release of its Warren Beatty-helmed political satire, "Bulworth."