Almost a year to the day that Bryan Singer's film "Public Access" tied for the Grand Jury Prize at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival, the 27-year-old has inked a deal to direct his second feature, "The…
Hollywood resumed a semblance of normalcy Wednesday, although news of quake damage -- not to mention aftershocks -- continued to rock the film community. As more studios and production companies got…
Everyone, it seems, had dramatic stories from the Northridge quake. Douglas Urbanski, manager to actor Gary Oldman, had one of the most compelling.
Just half the winners managed to attend, numerous seats were unoccupied, and the plaques weren't ready because of the recent earthquake, but the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. still put on a…
With the dawn-to-dusk curfew in effect throughout Los Angeles Monday and Tuesday nights, studios and production companies were unable to hold their scheduled Oscar pre-nomination screenings, which…
RKO Pictures has inked development deals with "The Man Who Fell to Earth" director Nicolas Roeg and screenwriter Dan Gurskis to adapt the mystery thriller "The Locked Room," sources said Tuesday.
Still reeling from the early ayem pounding of the most powerful earthquake to hit L.A. this century, Hollywood took stock of the damage Tuesday as engineers at the major film and TV studios sifted…
Walter Murch, an Academy Award-winning rerecording mixer and sound designer, will receive the Cinema Audio Society's Life Achievement Award at the group's 30th anniversary awards banquet on March 5…