Sharon Stone, actress and activist, called me from California to say she was in my corner in the matter of my "retirement" from the New York Post.
Now in his 100th year, Manoel de Oliveira tries on realist author Eca de Queiroz for size and finds, in "Eccentricities of a Blond Hair Girl," that there's still plenty of symbolism to be mined even…
Lead actress Julia Dietze is the sole reason to check out medieval laffer "1½ Knights: In Search of the Ravishing Princess Herzelinde," the fourth helming stint by German multihyphenate Til Schweiger.
The AFI Dallas Film Festival has set Rian Johnson's "The Brothers Bloom," starring Adrien Brody, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel Weisz and Rinko Kikuchi, as its opening-night feature on March 26.
Horton Foote, the Oscar-, Emmy- and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright known for his richly detailed characters and tart observations of human foibles, died Wednesday in Hartford, Conn. He was 92.
Lionsgate has acquired rights to two more Tyler Perry films -- "Why Did I Get Married Too" and "I Can Do Bad All by Myself" -- with the multihyphenate writing, directing and starring in both projects.
Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou is planning to make a movie to mark the 60th anniversary of the revolution that brought the Communist Party to power -- the latest step in the once-banned filmmaker's…
Studio Ghibli, the toon house responsible for the Hayao Miyazaki smashes "Spirited Away" and "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea," is collaborating with automaker Toyota to open a new training studio.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is joining the ranks of showbiz companies doling out pinkslips.
Robert Mitchell, Walt Disney Co. senior VP and managing director of its U.K. operations, has ankled effective immediately.
Romanian writer director Nae Caranfil's epic story of the making of an early black and white film about the country's 19th century war of independence, "The Rest is Silence," swept the boards at the…