Series ranges from 'The Last Laugh' to 'Anonymous'
Pic gets in the face of deficit hawks and budget cutters with the argument that the U.S. is a paradise for corporate tax cheats.
EuropaCorp has set up the love-triangle thriller "Intersection," with Frank Grillo starring as a newlywed husband whose wife plots his murder on their honeymoon.
Ben Gazzara, the actor known for his intensity and for his work with helmer John Cassavetes, died Friday in Gotham. He was 81.
Syfy Films is looking to "Day 38," snapping up the found-footage thriller from the writing team of Gabe Scott & Chris Rossi.
While early Friday afternoon numbers indicate that "Chronicle" and "The Woman in Black" may compete for first place at the weekend Box Office, observers put "Black" slightly ahead.
The Writers Guild of America is polling its screenwriter members this month on how they're being treated by studios.
When Burger King promotes a film's release in its restaurants, it's usually for a big summer tentpole. But as the fast food chain increasingly looks to help educate its younger customers through its…
Zalman King, a hyphenate best known for erotic films including "9 1/2 Weeks," which he co-wrote and produced, died of cancer in Santa Monica on Friday. He was 70.
Three first-time directors, all with films world bowing in competition, bagged Tiger awards at the Rotterdam Film Festival on Friday, cementing the fest's role in uncovering new talent.
"Diner," written and directed by Barry Levinson, is a wonderful movie. That simple sentence began a lengthy, thoughtful review by Pauline Kael in the April 5, 1982, New Yorker, a review that saved a…