Disney sequel "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" led for the third weekend in a row at the domestic box office, while Fox Searchlight cross-over hit "Juno" overtook most big studio titles in…
Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" took four prizes, including best picture, at the 42nd annual National Society of Film Critics Awards.
Disney's "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" continued to mint coin at the top spot of Friday's box office with $6.4 million, but it was Fox Searchlight's "Juno" that received a pop on the day's…
The WGA has agreed to sign an interim deal with United Artists that would allow feature film writers to go back to work for the studio.
Mike Nichols' latest political satire ranges from the inner sanctum of a U.S. congressman to the makeshift battlefields of Afghanistan, but the critical scene -- the turning point in convincing…
With the New York skyline changing on a daily basis, lensing in the Big Apple can be a tricky, painstaking task. Yet with the city's 2005 Made in New York incentive program in full swing, 129 films…
Ninety percent of the train scenes were shot on a movable set that consisted of a 10-car Indian North Western Railway train crafted by production designer Mark Friedberg and his team.
It wasn't history but Frank Miller's stylized graphic novel that served as the primary reference for the Spartans' striking red capes and leather loincloths in "300."
America's indigenous film genre is the Western, and its visual conventions are known the world over: The villain wears black, vast open landscapes serve as backdrop, trains and horses dominate, and…
On the seaside promenade at Redcar, a depressed beach town on England's northeast coast, 1,500 period-costumed local extras helped re-create the WWII evacuation at Dunkirk, France.
Shekhar Kapur's "Elizabeth" sequel was awash with blues -- and not by accident. "We used color to tell the story," explains costume designer Alexandra Byrne, an Oscar nominee for her work on the…