Twentieth Century Fox Intl. has crossed the $2 billion mark in overseas grosses for 2011, becoming the third studio after Paramount and Warner Bros. to do so this year.
Holiday counterprogramming kicks into high gear at the specialty B.O. this weekend with high-profile titles including "My Week With Marilyn" and "The Artist" from the Weinstein Co. as well as Sony…
A wealth of choices for family auds over Thanksgiving weekend could result in kidpic cannibalization.
A tongue-tied virginal geek receives lessons in the art of the pickup in charmless Brit comedy "How to Stop Being a Loser."
A wrong-side-of-the-tracks teen and his younger sister resist their aunt's efforts to become the little girl's guardian in "Little Glory."
Mark Kassen will find out why life is worth living in the indie "Stars" for LLeju Productions and Storyland Pictures.
Gotham's Anthology Film Archives and the UCLA Film Archives will partner to present a retrospective of films by Nina Menkes this spring.
Paramount just sent out a press release touting a new featurette with director James Cameron discussing the process of transforming his hit "Titanic" into 3-D. Who can fault them for rereleasing a…
And now a holiday chuckle. EmpireOnline has compiled the ten worst Nicolas Cage posters for your pre-Turkey enjoyment. (I, personally, would've inserted "Trespass" but they did a pretty bang-up job)…
On Wednesday Nov. 30, ballots for the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be mailed to 2,100 film and 2,100 TV SAG members across the U.S. who were selected randomly in April to serve on the…
Fate brings together two women who loved a tormented artist in Claude Miller's ludicrous "See How They Dance."