The Tribeca Film Institute has announced the first recipients of its Sloan Filmmaker Fund, along with a call for 2009 entries.
It had to be the worst time to launch a new publication. Daily Variety put out its first issue on Sept. 6, 1933. The economically challenged year had already weathered Franklin Delano Roosevelt's…
As Meryl Streep approaches her 60th birthday next spring, her status as a legendary female movie star is more than secure. She doesn't have to accept unworthy character roles, sign autographs at…
In "Iron Man," he is the wily badass superhero Tony Stark -- a pillaging, evil, destructive arms dealer whom women want to cuddle. In the Hollywood sendup "Tropic Thunder," he is the egomaniacal…
Brilliant. Powerful. Cunning. Volatile. Demanding. Ruthless. Bullying. Competitive. Oscar-winning.
"Wall-E" isn't like other toons, not even previous Pixar ones. Instead of coloring within the lines of existing computer-animated movies, director Andrew Stanton saw the technology as an opportunity…
With a new version of "90210" posting decent numbers for the CW, it was probably only a matter of time before the net dusted off "Melrose Place."
"Man on Wire" and "Waltz With Bashir" are among the feature nominees for this year's Intl. Documentary Assn. awards.
David Geffen's departure from DreamWorks is complete.
Delmar Watson, a child actor who appeared in hundreds of movies and later became a photographer who snapped gritty crimes scenes and Hollywood stars, died Oct. 26 in Glendale from complications of…
M. Night Shyamalan and Media Rights Capital have formalized the first project in their three-picture deal to hatch fright films.