Bill Kalmenson's "The Souler Opposite," which picked up foreign buys at the American Film Market, will open the Tahoe Intl. Film Festival on Friday.
Lloyd Bridges, who died on Tuesday at 85, will be featured in salutes on American Movie Classics and Nick at Nite's TV Land, beginning Friday.
Scott Kerman won't be going to the party, at least not if Oscar has his way.
Despite reports that a cable bow is in the works, director Adrian Lyne still hasn't given up on finding a theatrical distributor in the U.S. for "Lolita."
Some Like It Hot" meets "The Trouble With Angles" meets the Disney pasteurization process in "Mr. Headmistress," but talented comic actor Harland Williams provides the spark that turns this cliche…
Actor Jim Caviezel, who recently wrapped filming in Australia on Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line," has joined the cast of another war epic, Ang Lee's "To Live On."
Kicking off what Garry Shandling has declared (sort of) will be the final season (maybe) of "The Larry Sanders Show," this seg finds the most deliciously biting satire in TV history already operating…
Warner Bros., shifting its outlook to dive into the urban comedy genre, has picked up Don D. Scott's rookie spec effort "Down With Noah" for $125,000 against $325,000.
Depicting the most desolate kind of existence through a fragile community of women working the bordello of a Midwestern prairie town in the 1870s, "Painted Angels" tells its tale with uncommon rigor…
The wedding party is coming together for Universal's "The Bride of Chucky," with Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif, Jennifer Heigl and Nick Stabile set to co-star in the newest entry in the fright…
Were writer Michael O'Hara's teleplay for "One Hot Summer Night" more sophisticated, it might have proved a worthy vehicle for such stars of the past as Ingrid Bergman, Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant…