One of the abiding fascinations in modern movie history has been that of keeping up with some of the schemes that have lingered longer than a sleepy afternoon in the head of Warren Beatty. I mean, we…
Italy's new Silvio Berlusconi-led government is vowing to step up efforts behind an ongoing largely futile battle to fight the country's rampant piracy plague.
Ealing Studios Intl. has secured strong sales for its Oscar Wilde adaptation "Dorian Gray" and romantic drama "The Other Man," starring Liam Neeson and Antonio Banderas.
What seemed in theory the least necessary revival of a bigscreen superhero emerges as perfectly solid summer action fare in "The Incredible Hulk."
Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt are teaming to tackle Northern Ireland's "Troubles" in "Five Minutes of Heaven."
New research shows that contrary to popular opinion, Aussie auds prefer good Aussie films over good pics from Hollywood or Blighty.
Culture Minister Brian Mikkelsen will open the Danish Film Institute's $8.5 million underground vault in Hillerod, north of Copenhagen, home to its library of 6,800 fragile nitrate films, on Thursday.
2929 Entertainment will release its Tinseltown satire "What Just Happened?" through its own Magnolia Pictures.
Katherine Heigl will star in and produce the feature film adaptation of "Escape," the bestselling memoir of Carolyn Jessop, whose testimony helped convict polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs.
Millennium Films is going back to the 1600s to take a stab at Alexandre Dumas' enduring tale of "The Three Musketeers."
Nostalgia pervades "Carny," Alison Murray's panoramic study of a small-time traveling carnival and its motley denizens.