A dramatic true-life account plays out in dryly empathetic, patiently observed fashion in "Porfirio."
Acclaimed author Stephen Elliott is set to direct James Franco in the indie drama "Cherry," with Heather Graham, Dev Patel and indie stalwart Lili Taylor in negotiations to star.
In his only U.S. interview from Cannes, Mel Gibson sits down with Variety editor Tim Gray and talks about "The Beaver," his career and future plans.
"Hanezu" works moderately well as an emotionally grisly account of a relationship's dissolution, but less so as an allegory of a nation grappling with its history and suffering terrible loss.
Screen Gems has cast Taraji Henson and Michael Ealy in its big-screen adaptation of comedian Steve Harvey's book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man."
A formally elegant, dramatically faithful retelling of Masaki Kobayashi's 1962 black-and-white classic "Harakiri," this slow-burning tragedy will disappoint auds expecting a nonstop slash-'em-up from…
Being bad has brought good midweek biz to Universal's bawdy "Bridesmaids."
Focus Features' president of production John Lyons is ankling the studio to return to producing career and focus on his philanthropic efforts.
Sundance Selects has picked a pair of dramas at the Cannes Film Festival -- North American rights to writer/director Bertrand Bonello's "House of Tolerance" and U.S. rights to writer/director Mia…
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