Universal's Adam Sandler and Kevin James laffer "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" won the Friday box office with an estimated $12.4 million in ticket sales.
A Variety correspondent sacificed his Friday night to spend it with a host of Muggles at one of the larger release parties for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows." Here's his report from the…
NBC drama "Friday Night Lights" took home the honor of best new drama at Saturday's TV Critics Assn. Awards. It was one of four awards crix gave to the Peacock, which dominated the kudos.
Writer-helmer Herman Yau serves up a feast of contempo voodooism and Buddhist balderdash in "Gong Tau."
A little boy's nightmares, stoked by his parents' impending divorce, appear to come to life in Shelli Ryan's skilled tyro feature, "Jake's Closet."
Gobbling up prizes on the fest circuit, Israeli films have hit a new level of maturity.
An increasing number of Israeli filmmakers have sought to move beyond the political crises generated by Arab-Israeli tensions, but for some, the situation remains unavoidable.
Few have done as much to promote and support Israeli cinema as Katriel Schory.
Lia Van Leer has been a mainstay of the Israeli film biz for the best part of half a century.
Variety spotlights a half-dozen Israeli filmmakers looking to take local cinema into a new era.
For the first time ever, the summer has seen three tentpoles cross the $300 million mark at the domestic box office: the third editions of "Pirates," "Spider-Man" and "Shrek." A fourth…