After a string of acclaimed roles in serious ensemble fare like "Crash" and "The Air I Breathe," Brendan Fraser returns this year to the kind of bigscreen fantasies that made him an international…
Everyone's abused or abusive, a perv, a prostitute or a wannabe, in "On the Doll."
Her fave food is pizza. She loves to shop at Abercrombie's. Her favorite book is "Anne of Green Gables." She is pretty good with a vacuum. And she "hates, hates, hates" math.
Warners has bestowed VP stripes on production execs Matt Reilly and Sarah Schechter.
Wind Dancer Films has tapped producer Spike Seldin as senior veep.
"Crawford" offers an evenhanded account of the impact on the small Texas town chosen as the site of the "Western White House."
Low-budget lark "The Eternal City" echoes classic '80s Amerindie quirks despite plentiful local color.
An agreeable tone and cast make "Sherman's Way" go down easy.
It's not like Hollywood was knocking on Robert Downey Jr.'s door saying, "We want to ride millions on you. Here's the Golden Ticket. Please be our Iron Man."
She got to wear great clothes and be the kick-ass funny girl on the set. So what more could a girl want?
Warner Bros. will split the last "Harry Potter" tome into a two-part film, with the installments unspooling six months apart.