After the disappointing turnout for last year's greatly expanded WorldFest/Houston Intl. Film Festival, founder-president J. Hunter Todd promised "a lean, mean movie machine" for 1993.
"Indecent Proposal" seems to be the new spring juggernaut. With its ongoing success, how long can the Paramount film hold sway at the box office?
Darryl Roberts' "How U Like Me Now," an original satire focusing on the new black middle class, deserves better treatment than that received from its distributor. Providing a fresh portrait of a…
This weekend was marked by a lack of excitement on the exclusive films' front, as Miramax opened its international co-production "Map of the Human Heart" to decent numbers on both coasts.
TriStar Pictures producers Cary Woods and Rob Fried confirmed Monday the acquisition of movie rights to playwright and veteran New York actor Evan Handler's one-man show "Time on Fire."
An obvious labor of love and good will can often transcend its limitations, and "112th & Central: Through the Eyes of the Children" is just such a film. Several filmmakers and entertainers have…
Variety and Daily Variety will host a Media Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival.
New Line's "Who's the Man?" is an enjoyable, kinetic mess of music, low comedy and social drama. No matter that it doesn't quite coalesce logically, the film has decided niche audience appeal that…
MTV is poised to make its first move into theatrical movie production. According to MTV Networks chairman Tom Freston, the channel is close to a deal with an unnamed major studio to executive produce…
After going increasingly astray with two contemporary outings, Kenneth Branagh returns to the high and, for him, safe ground of Shakespeare with "Much Ado About Nothing," a spirited, winningly acted…