Sidney Kimmel has inked a three-pic distribution deal with Canada's Equinoxe that includes breakout Toronto title "Lars and the Real Girl."
New Line Home Entertainment will dip its toes into murky high-def waters Nov. 20 with "Hairspray."
The Evening Before is aiming to raise $2 million in its inaugural go-around Saturday.
Bleakly pessimistic yet marbled with moments of very dark humor, pic hovers within the transition period immediately following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Gore's godfather audaciously and successfully reboots his influential zombie franchise as a lean, mean teen-survival machine.
"Silk" is a snooze. Vacuous, arid and terminally dull, this adaptation of Alessandro Baricco's freak bestseller hasn't a trace of real life or energy to it.
The Stockholm Film Festival has announced the first six of the 170 features that will unspool at its 18th edition, running Nov 15-25.
Japan's summer box office fell sharply compared with last year, when local pics powered admissions, but Hollywood pics have continued to perform well.
"The Kingdom" is a realist thriller that mixes crowd-pleasing mayhem with provocative politics.
The proof's missing from the pudding in playwright David Auburn's writing-helming debut, "The Girl in the Park," a tonally disparate New York City-set pic that veers uneasily between melodrama and…
David Schwimmer's directing effort is a thoroughly competent mainstream craftsman who imposes no individual character on formulaic material.