EXCLUSIVEKevin Costner, who vaulted to stardom on the strength of baseball pics "Bull Durham" and "Field of Dreams" a decade ago, is in final talks to don pinstripes once more in "For the Love of the…
Hold that dream. Though the facts have always been hiding in plain sight, "Hollywoodism: Jews, Movies, and the American Dream" connects the dots in persuasive ways.
Marjorie Allen Barrett, the mother of publicist Charles Barrett, died Feb. 11 in Los Angeles of natural causes. She was 82.
Scott Saunders, the director of "The Lost Words" and "The Headhunter's Sister," will receive the Independent Spirit Awards' Someone to Watch prize at the Saturday ceremony.
Ex-con Socrates Fortlow (Lawrence Fishburne) moves to Los Angeles to seek anonymity, and uses his street skills and basic decency to effect good in his new neighborhood. Based on his book of short…
Michael W. Hoffman, a costume supervisor for 30 years, died Feb. 9 of lung cancer in Los Angeles. He was 52. Hoffman worked on such films as "Presidio," "Running Scared" and "Pretty in Pink."
Robert Redford is negotiating with DreamWorks to direct and star in "The Legend of Bagger Vance," about a mythic golf match in Georgia in 1931.
Beneath the bustling streets of Manhattan is a thriving community of rodents and assorted creatures whose society strikingly mirrors that of the humans above ground. These cuddly varmints, the…
Jack S. Sidney, the founder of Video Casting Service, the first non-union casting company in Hollywood, died Feb. 17 of natural causes at Providence St. Joseph's Medical Center. He was 61.
Newcomer Matthew Settle has been tapped to star in "I Still Know," the Mandalay sequel to "I Know What You Did Last Summer" that also features Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Brandy.
Moscow's Intl. Film Festival, scheduled for July, won't be taking place this year, Armen Medvedev, head of Russia's official film body, Goskino, announced Tuesday.