Director Charles Shyer has committed to helm "The Man Who Ate the 747" for Warner Bros.-based Bel Air Entertainment.
Sticking to their agenda to make films about women, New Line's newly formed ChickFlicks has teamed up with Bette Midler's All Girl Prods. for its first production: a movie based on Sue Margolis'…
In its ambitious scope and grand operatic style, "Magnolia," Paul Thomas Anderson's eagerly awaited followup to "Boogie Nights," confirms his status as one of the most audacious filmmakers in…
Producers Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck promise the Oscarcast will have "a new spin" for the new millennium: A faster pace, more stars, a woman's perspective -- and no dance numbers.
If ever an opera deserved the epithet success-proof, surely Engelbert Humperdinck's ponderous, mud-and-sugar retelling of "Hansel und Gretel," the sweet Brothers Grimm fable of virtue triumphant and…
Warner Bros. and producer Jerry Weintraub have sent a draft script of the romantic heist project “33 Liberty Street” to Julia Roberts. Sources said the studio would agree to pay Roberts’ full fee if…
Veering from the serious to the trivial and from the clinical to the lurid, James Mangold's "Girl, Interrupted" is a middling film that only partially conveys the spirit of its source material. Based…
Ashley Judd is in negotiations to star for director Jim Sheridan in "The Notebook," New Line's adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' bestselling novel.
An ambitious tale handled in a dawdling, sentimental way, "Bicentennial Man" filters the prescient vision of the late sci-fi writer Isaac Asimov through the touchy-feely sensibility of the "new"…
Film Forum will get all dark and stormy as it unspools the first-ever "Neo-Noir Festival" Feb. 18-April 6.
Actor-director Peter Mullan has fired a broadside against FilmFour for destroying all the unused footage from his award-winning pic "Orphans" without his knowledge.