Brendan Gleeson, who has been as Ireland's answer to Gerard Depardieu after his starring role in John Boorman's Cannes prize-winner "The General," is set to play the lead in Barry Devlin's "Limo Man."
In addition to starring in Warner Bros.' "Lethal Weapon 4," Mel Gibson this summer will appear on movie screens as the host of the Will Rogers Audience Collection Trailer.
A combo of the second wave of international debuts by "Deep Impact," angelic bows in five markets by "City of Angels," and cooler, cinema-friendly weather in Europe resulted in a lucrative B.O. frame…
As part of the inaugural Los Angeles Intl. Women's Film Festival, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will hold a symposium on June 4 with several filmmakers from around the world.
Toei's controversial movie about convicted war criminal Gen. Hideki Tojo, which was the focus of a storm of international protest, posted box office revenue of 180 million yen ($1.32 million) in its…
Showtime further burnishes its reputation as television's boldest risk taker with this extraordinary three hour telepic/miniseries/docudrama (take your pick) about America's reprehensible…
After seeing dramatic attendance leaps in the last several years, the San Francisco Intl. Lesbian & Gay Film Festival's 22nd annum is expanding from 10 to 11 programming days. Event unspools June…
After several months of delays and some key cast changes, Franco Zeffirelli's "Tea With Mussolini," will start shooting June 1 in Italy, starring Cher, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and…
Garbage has always come off as much as a project as a band, and that was never more obvious than at Thursday's sold-out Palace show, which occurred nearly two years to the day after the band's first…
Hartford Stage continues to carry the flame for Edward Albee's rarely produced 1964 enigma "Tiny Alice," its current revisitation being the play's first major revival since Hartford Stage mounted it…