"Aswang" tells the bizarre but unoriginal story of a young pregnant woman terrorized by a family of vampires who feed on the unborn. As a pastiche of classic horror films ("Rosemary's…
Anthony LaPaglia, who co-starred in "One Good Cop" and "So I Married an Axe Murderer," has been set to star as the artist boyfriend of Juliette Lewis in TriStar's upcoming as-yet untitled Nora Ephron…
"Farewell My Concubine" director Chen Kaige has outlined production plans for his next film "Madame Mao," which will be based on the life story of the wife of Mao Tse-tung.
"Schindler's List" has met what many predicted would be its toughest market -- Germany -- and conquered it hands down.
Recent multiple Grammy winner Whitney Houston has joined the list of presenters for the 66th Academy Awards show, being produced by Gilbert Cates.
A first draft of John Grisham's new novel, "The Chamber," has been delivered to executives at Universal and at Imagine Entertainment and has received a unanimous thumbs-up.
MGM/UA has become the latest distributor to jump on the digital sound bandwagon, entering into a three-year exclusive agreement with Digital Theater Systems. The deal calls for half of MGM/UA's…
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, high-brow scribbler of such pix as "A Room With a View" and "Howards End," was named winner of the Writers Guild of America 1994 Screen Laurel award Monday.
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…
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…