Barack Obama has pulled way ahead of Hillary Clinton in money raised from the entertainment business -- and could very well finish the nomination battle as the victor when it comes to Hollywood…
Anticipation for the bigscreen "Sex and the City" has been growing for weeks among its fans, many of whom are planning viewing parties around its opening later this week. But will anyone else see it?
Unable to speak French, an elderly Japanese painter wanders through Paris' Belleville looking for a place to sleep in tedious comedy "Monsieur Morimoto," a self-indulgent second feature from French…
An alchemic tone poem about her long-dead husband, Brazilian Cinema Novo pioneer Glauber Rocha, Paula Gaitan's experimental "Days in Sintra" explores the outer limits of memory. Fitting memorial to a…
Even as insiders insisted that a deal was within reach, AFTRA and the majors continued to test the town's patience by going down to the wire after three weeks of talks.
"Made of Honor" scribes Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont have signed on to rewrite and direct the teen comedy "Big Man on Campus" for Columbia Pictures.
Documakers Trisha Ziff and Luis Lopez begin with an intriguing premise: Trace the history of the most frequently reproduced image of the 20th century, Korda's famous photograph of Che Guevara.
Screenwriter-playwright Lawrence Roman, who wrote films including "Under theYum-Yum Tree" and "Final Verdict," died May 18 from a stroke complicated by kidney failure in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was…
Well-crafted docu "Fire Under the Snow" concerns septuagenarian Tibetan monk Palden Gyatso, who, imprisoned and tortured for 33 years, became a rallying cry for his country's liberation.
In its two-hour premiere Monday, A&E's remake of the sci-fi thriller "Andromeda Strain" harvested more viewers in key demos than any other movie or miniseries on basic cable so far this year.