In what is seen as a sign of confidence, Warner Bros. is seriously considering moving up the release date of its Will Smith starrer "Wild Wild West" from Friday, July 2, to Wednesday, June 30.
Three L.A. femme friends approach the age of 30 in various stages of not-so-quiet desperation in Linda Kandel's "Mascara," a reasonably well-acted but thoroughly inconsequential comedy-drama. The…
"Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" may be the year's most anticipated film, but because of an unprecedented game of distributor-exhibitor hardball, the pic looks like it will end up being…
Shaw's unfailingly barbed plays are complicated puzzles, abstruse to the uninitiated, overwhelming to the dedicated. And yet, when staged well, as is A Noise Within's fine new production of…
Robert Redford's Wildwood Enterprises has inked a three-year development and production financing pact with Pan-European studio Eureka, an alliance of Germany's Kirch Group and Italy's Mediaset and…
Singapore's notoriously tough censors have decided that Austin Powers should "shiok" rather than "shag."
Producer Paul Junger Witt ("Dead Poet's Society") will deliver the commencement address today at the USC School of Cinema-Television graduation ceremonies.
Universal is making amends to the British WWII hero portrayed as an American serviceman in the $55 million epic "U-571" by including a disclaimer in the pic's closing credits and giving the war vet a…
In Hollywood, you are where you sit. Though a few hardy souls actually pay money to view a film in a theater with the common folk, most showbizzers prefer to see a pic at a reviewers' preview, a…
Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, currently starring opposite Sean Connery in "Entrapment," has committed to star in Edward R. Pressman Films Corp.'s "The Tenth Victim," a romantic sci-fi thriller…