A martial arts costumer in contempo dress, "Beyond Hypothermia" has enough quirky touches and hard-hitting action to become a latenight fest item and contender for Hong Kong film weeks, with buff…
In exploring the perverse symbiosis between police detectives and their informants, "The Cousin" provides a sharp look at the blurred edges between the right and wrong sides of the law.
The Film Information Council has awarded its November award for excellence in film marketing to the Brit hit "Bean," starring comic Rowan Atkinson, who was largely unknown in the U.S. prior to the…
Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner promised shareholders Monday that the slump in ABC's primetime ratings was only temporary, while at the same time downplaying the broader significance of the…
Latest CBS Sunday Movie starts off with such promise it seems nothing can knock it off track. Writers Barbara Bosson and Joan Tewkesbury start building an appealingly whimsical story about an ailing…
Beverly Hills meets the prairie hills in “The Magnificent Seven,” an agreeably yuppie-fied CBS remake of the classic 1960 John Sturges feature of the same name. New series has it over its predecessor…
U.S. majors collectively are certain to finish 1997 with record grosses outside the U.S., as an unprecedented 21 titles have earned more than $100 million each overseas.
Paramount and 20th Century Fox's "Titanic" steamed past $100 million in domestic ticket sales Tuesday, after just 12 days in release.
The U. of Southern California announced Tuesday the nominees for the 10th annual Scripter Award, which honors the best realization of a book as a film.
Reacting to a recently released Michigan State U. study that found low levels of safety belt use in feature films, the Entertainment Industries Council (EIC) plans to revitalize its onscreen "Buckle…