Parents whose children were filmed nude for a scene in the upcoming movie "Apt Pupil" called for a nationwide boycott of the film Tuesday after prosecutors declined to file charges against the…
Sylvester Stallone will be honored with the Charles A. Crain Career Achievement Award Jan. 10 at the Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival. Presented as part of the fest opening weekend gala, this year's…
A big canvas rendering of a passionately expressed vision of what the United States was, and is meant to be, "The Postman" is a rare epic film that is actually about something.
Michael B. Seligman has been named associate producer of the 70th Academy Awards telecast. It will be his 21st consecutive year in the post.
A half-naked woman caused serious anxiety at the Los Angeles Times last week.
Finalists for this year's Media Access Awards of the California Governor's Committee for Employment of Disabled Persons have been announced in all categories.
MGM has set James Marsden to head the cast of "Disturbing Behavior," a horror pic about a small town's nefarious process of transforming its unruly and rebellious teens into clean-cut and upstanding…
A story Monday on Shalom Harlow incompletely reported her representation. She is repped by David Schiff and Clar Ryu of UTA, and is managed by Heather Reynolds of First Artists Associates.
The film will inevitably be compared to Martin Scorsese's similarly themed "Kundun" --- in virtually every category including best director, where "Tibet's" Jean-Jacques Annaud is at a disadvantage…
Daniel Lapaine ("Muriel's Wedding") has joined Claire Danes, Kate Beckinsale and Bill Pullman in "Brokedown Palace," which Jonathan Kaplan is helming for Fox 2000.
"L.A. Confidential" and its director Curtis Hanson were named favorites of the New York Film Critics Circle, adding to their momentum in the Oscar derby.
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