Sydney Poitier, the young acting progeny of Sidney Poitier, is in final negotiations to join the cast of Clint Eastwood's "True Crime" for Warner Bros.
It doesn't get much bleaker than Minneapolis during midwinter. The indie-produced "Snow" aptly captures that quality of gloom in an engaging tale of aimless youth.
In another seismic corporate shift at Universal Pictures, marketing chiefs Buffy Shutt and Kathy Jones are stepping down from the studio, which may now try to turn its advertising over to a New…
A Fellini-style moment closes Part 4 of "People's Century" -- a statue of a former Soviet leader drifts in the wind as a helicopter hauls away from Moscow this reminder of oppression. It's a needed…
Odeon Cinemas is investing $34 million to refurbish 17 of its 76 sites in the U.K., with $5.9 million allocated to the Odeon Leicester Square, the chain's flagship hardtop in London's entertainment…
More than seven months after it first wowed festival audiences in Venice and Telluride, writer-director Paul Schrader's dark psychological drama "Affliction" has found a domestic distributor.
A tale of suburban infidelity delectably set at the nexus between dark comedy and high melodrama, "Pants on Fire" hits unusual tonal notes rarely heard in American indie fare.
German exhibs are breaking out the champagne, but German filmmakers are left crying in their beer. Riding high on the "Titanic" wave, German box offices sold 42.8 million tickets during the first…
Production on Warner Bros.' troubled Nicolas Cage-starring "Superman Lives" project has been delayed yet again, with July's start date scuttled until the script and budget achieve a necessary level…
There are a few good ideas lurking somewhere in "Hundred Percent," but they are buried irretrievably under a misguided script.
British actress Katrin Cartlidge, who starred in "Career Girls," "Naked" and "Breaking the Waves," has inked to star opposite Alan Bates and Charlotte Rampling in "Varya," a screen adaptation of the…