Six weeks after studio head Mike Medavoy resigned from TriStar Pictures, execs keep on shuffling at both TriStar and its sister studio, Columbia Pictures.
Shot in Havana and Mexico, pic is presumably intended to be a sweeping period study of a bizarre Latin American tyrant in the 1920s but instead wheezes out as a disjointed, boring and superficial…
There's a little gem of an idea in "Guarding Tess." The premise has a young, ambitious Secret Service agent stuck in the thankless job of protecting the widow of a U.S. president. Neither truly likes…
While Europe's national film cultures buckle before the industrial might of Hollywood, European money and talent nonetheless are carving out an increasingly prominent role in the international movie…
Ed Asner rumbles back onto the TV trail as a gruff grandpa with heart, but the material's pretty tame. He's a widower whose divorced daughter and three children move into his home and life. The tired…
"Grande petite" is an exasperating slice of introverted cinema. Directionless tale about a screwed-up young femme who can't get it together on any level in her life looks set for the B.O. bin. Pic…
Entertainment Data Inc. has helped shape the way industry executives conduct business. Founded in 1976 by Marcy Polier, EDI is the motion picture industry's sole source for instant box office data…
As with the recent breakthrough success of comedian Jim Carrey in "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," bets in Hollywood have been placed on edgy, acerbic funnyman Denis Leary to hit the bigscreen jackpot…
Finding cash to make indie pix is a constant battle, from lining up foreign pre-sales to securing financing to delivering the negative.
Foreign buyers used to come to the American Film Market to make offers and close deals before the bazaar ended. No more. At this market, caution prevailed.