Here comes the "Dead Zone." National box office over the first post-Thanksgiving weekend is traditionally as unexciting as week-old mashed potatoes, and this year looks to be no exception.
Academy Award nominee Edward Norton is in final negotiations to join Matt Damon in John Dahl's "Rounders" for Miramax.
The Polish film industry has a hit on its hands. The comedy called "Killer" is nudging 1.3 million admissions and is already the largest-grossing Polish film ever.
Over the next few weeks, as movie fans in festive moods flock to the latest releases, they may encounter picket lines at theaters in several U.S. cities.
Sally Field recalls being unmercifully screamed at by legendary Actors Studio guru Lee Strasberg, who had a method in that madness. Matthew Broderick tells of being at odds with Harvey Fierstein…
Sharp account of the post-Civil War black cavalry troops known as the Buffalo Soldiers bursts with energy, tension and drive under Charles Haid's vigorous direction. Assembled from denizens of…
James Caan tried to get out, but they puuullllled him back in. Caan once again plays a mobster, unable to refuse Simian Films offer to co-star opposite Hugh Grant in the comedy "Mickey Blue Eyes,"…
Rather than maxing out his credit cards, newcomer Dean Paras turned to fellow young thesps to finance "Hairshirt," his writing, directing and producing debut.
When Betty Jane Perske from the Bronx steps onstage to receive her Kennedy Center Honor for a lifetime of commendable work in the arts, no one will be surprised, except perhaps Lauren Bacall herself.
Leave it to DreamWorks to pull out all the presidential stops. The nascent studio has set up a mega-preem of Steven Spielberg's slave ship salute "Amistad" tonight in Washington.