Audiences didn't heed the title of Miramax's "Benefit of the Doubt," rejecting the Donald Sutherland-starrer as one of the few new exclusive entries in the marketplace.
The weekend box office horse race saw Paramount's "The Firm" nose past Columbia/Castle Rock's "In the Line of Fire." The Tom Cruise legal thriller took first with $ 13,281,416 and print averages of $…
Four female directors from four corners of the world will begin shooting their respective short stories for the feature "Erotique" this week, says Brandon Chase, prexy/CEO of Group 1 Films.
Gary Foster, still basking in the success of the $ 70 million-grossing "Sleepless in Seattle," has been tapped as the new motion picture department prexy at Warner Bros.-based Lee Rich Prods., the…
Jacques Braal puts an engaging and original, grace-tinged spin on boy-meets-girl in "Mauvais Garcon," his first film in 10 years. Handsome young leads are aces in contemporary love story set in…
While everybody wonders whether "The Larry Sanders Show" star Garry Shandling will take CBS' offer to follow David Letterman in the 12:30 a.m. slot, he'd reportedly first like to discover how it…
Fast, fierce and gleefully tasteless, "Full Contact" is a Hong Kong actioner sure to capitalize in Asian markets here and abroad. Lacking the transcendent style of star Chow Yun-Fat's John…
John Greyson's new feature is a cheekily agitating "AIDS musical." Juggling MTV-style numbers, intellectual in-jokes and very sexual politics, "Zero Patience" is -- like the Canadian director's prior…