Softcore horror at best, failed allegory at worst, "Mirrors" reflects little beyond Splat Pack auteur Alexandre Aja's desire to push his genre into less punishing and more profitable territory.
Arab auds won't be getting the chance to mess with Adam Sandler after his laffer about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict "You Don't Mess With The Zohan" was blocked from Arab cinemas.
A contempo take on "The Exorcist" in which church and family turn out to be far more hellish than Beelzebub, "Dorothy Mills" offers few frights but plenty of hair-raising psychology in its portrayal…
With a worldwide gross of $700 million (and still counting), "The Dark Knight" is exactly the kind of film Warner Bros. likes to make.
When it comes to superhero properties, Warner Bros. couldn't be sitting on a more enviable source: DC Comics, home to Batman, Superman and other well-known caped crusaders. But to make its heroes fly…
There's a whiff of aged aquatic life about the fish-out-of-water tale "Wild Child," but that still won't stop Working Title's junior romantic comedy from smelling as sweet as sugar cookies to its…
Warner Bros. may have roughly 25 pics on its schedule to unspool in 2009, but few are the types of films you'd expect from the studio.
New Zealand Film Commission topper Ruth Harley has been tapped to run Screen Australia, the top federal job in Oz showbiz.
Summit Entertainment has pushed up the release date of its highly anticipated vampire pic "Twilight" to Nov. 21, taking advantage of the B.O. opening left after Warner Bros. opted to move "Harry…
Yani Begakis, a five-time president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., died Aug. 12 in Los Angeles. He was 81.
This summer has confirmed a few truisms about the box office: Big, noisy action films make money, Will Smith and Pixar are invincible and some "surefire" titles are bound to fail. But otherwise, the…