In "Harriet's Return," at the Geffen Playhouse, Debbie Allen the actress -- as opposed to Debbie Allen the movie producer, TV director or Oscar choreographer -- steps into the stage spotlight after a…
Pioneering U.S. black filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles casts an acerbic, unapologetically personal eye on the history of African-American screen imagery in "Classified X." While short docu feature (made…
FILM SCREENPLAY WRITTEN DIRECTLY FOR THE SCREEN “As Good As It Gets” — Mark Andrus, James L. Brooks, story by Andrus (TriStar Pictures) “Boogie Nights” — Paul Thomas Anderson (New Line Cinema) “The…
Dan Aykroyd and director John Landis take a bumpy trip down memory lane in "Blues Brothers 2000," a sluggishly paced, fitfully funny followup to their 1980 musical comedy extravaganza.
Writers basked in the praise of their peers Wednesday as the Writers Guild of America announced nominations for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen in 1997.
With every boomer's biological clock ticking as loudly as Big Ben, Anne Makepeace's autobiographical "Baby, It's You" couldn't be more timely. Incredibly personal doc -- not to be confused with John…
EXCLUSIVESandra Bullock is in negotiations to star opposite Ben Affleck in the romantic comedy "Forces of Nature for DreamWorks, the studio confirmed on Wednesday.
EXCLUSIVEJudi Dench, who starred as Queen Victoria in Miramax's "Mrs. Brown," will return to royalty playing Queen Elizabeth I in "Shakespeare in Love," which John Madden is helming for Miramax.
The puck comedy "Les Boys" has won the box office championship in hockey-obsessed Quebec, setting the all-time record for a homegrown French-lingo feature in the Canadian province.
Kelly Preston has signed on to star opposite Michael Keaton in Warner Bros.' "Frost," one of the studio's high-profile holiday pics.
EXCLUSIVEBudding stars Jude Law and Cate Blanchett are close to deals to join Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" for Paramount and Miramax.