Tom Hanks, who is a leading actor nominee this year, has joined the list of presenters at the 66th Academy Awards show, being produced by Gilbert Cates.
Though it treads ground that's by no means new to Chinese cinema, "The Wooden Man's Bride" offers hugely entertaining melodrama coupled with potent emotional pull, a firm grasp of Hollywood-style…
Business was spotty for bicoastal releases last weekend. Although the exclusives roster was fairly kind to a slew of newcomers, pictures with existing runs generally reported B.O. drops from the…
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Brilliant in moments but basically flawed, "Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey" revolves around Leon Theremin, the genius scientist/artist who revolutionized modern music with his invention of the…
The film world's latest golden couple, Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson, have signed to star in a movie version of Emile Zola's novel "Therese Raquin."
A controversial New Yorker magazine article claims Columbia Pictures' "Last Action Hero" could rank as a bigger loss than United Artists' "Heaven's Gate," but a Sony Pictures Entertainment spokesman…
Telling the dramatic story of the Mississippi voter registration project from 1961 to 1964, "Freedom on My Mind" is a landmark documentary that chronicles the most tumultuous and significant years in…
The European Union's audiovisual chief said Tuesday he wants to do away with an agreement that has allowed Paramount, MGM and Universal to distribute films in Europe via United Intl. Pictures.
NATO/ShoWest '94 is sold out and no further registrations will be accepted, according to Tim Warner, general chairman of the annual convention of exhibitors and distributors.
Oscar contenders "Schindler's List" and "In the Name of the Father" posted healthy openings in Europe last weekend.
Producer Mark Damon has resolved his legal disputes with Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland and is moving forward with a multipicture slate to be produced and distributed through his Mark Damon Prods.