After an excellent week at the overseas box office, a number of U.S. actioners and romances seem destined to pass $100 million, including Sony's "My Best Friend's Wedding" and BVI's "Face/Off," "Air…
Delightfully light and unashamedly reveling in its minimal budget, "15 Months in May," makes for pleasant, if unchallenging, viewing. Only its general fluffiness and an occasionally hit-and-miss…
When he's through traveling the globe for four months to hype the release of the 18th James Bond film "Tomorrow Never Dies," Pierce Brosnan will trade his martini and handgun and for a rifle and…
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Adecent but undistinguished suspenser, "Road Ends" gives a solid cast not quite bold enough character and plot definition. Theatrical prospects are weak, though pic should do OK as a broadcast and…
Illustrating the adage that "the show must go on," or just about any Hollywood cliche you can think of, "Meltdown" is back up again.
This bubbly sex comedy has a lot going for it, including attractive, talented leads, mucho nudity and a less-than-reverent view of the Cuban establishment. "Vertical Love," about a female architect…
Friday was a banner day for British authors, as Nick Hornby got $2.75 million from New Line and Tribeca for his next novel "Father Figure" and Philip Kerr accepted a $2.5 million preemptive offer for…
Fox 2000 has picked up 23-year-old scribe Eric Guggenheim's "Shampoo"-like pitch "Trim" for Diamond Heart Prods.
Animation vet Maureen Donley has inked a two-year, exclusive producing deal, encompassing both animated and live action fare, with Fox Family Films.
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