Tom Cruise's production company completed its first major book option at Paramount Tuesday on Evan Hunter's next novel, "Criminal Conversation," to be published in the spring by Warner Books.
The previously banned American action-film "Hard Target" will be released in Sweden in its original uncut version.
Peckinpah icon Warren Oates (1928-82) is warmly saluted in "Warren Oates: Across the Border," a technically modest but well-meaning bio-tribute to the flavorsome character actor by fellow Kentuckian…
Director Robert Ellis Miller has optioned movie rights to Michael O'Rourke's fantasy novel "Darkling," about an ancient, shadowy creature that attempts to corrupt the soul of a war correspondent. The…
Note: Films are listed in chronological order. The Cheat (Lasky/Paramount, 1915); producer, Jesse Lasky; director, Cecil B. DeMille; screenplay, Hector Turnbull; cast, Fannie Ward, Sessue Hayakawa…
Trimark's "The Philadelphia Experiment 2" is a middling sci-fi sequel to the middling 1984 New World original. Although the current opus has some marketable and even clever elements, they are too few…
Leonard Klady: Cinefile
The producers of the film "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" have won a landmark legal ruling blocking the publication of unauthorized photographs taken on the set.
The connection between any two people in the world -- so we are told in "Six Degrees of Separation"-- is no further than a half-dozen human associations away. Pauper or king and anywhere in between…
Artist-turned-director Robert Longo's "Johnny Mnemonic" is on a supersonic pace toward a Jan. 31 production start for TriStar Pictures and Vision Intl., including firm deals with Dolph Lundgren and…
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