In Beth Murphy's intriguing docu "Beyond Belief," two Massachusetts women whose husbands were killed on 9/11 reach out to victims on the other side -- Afghan widows. While following Patti Quigley and…
It was the summer of 1968, and we were casting a Broadway play, "Does A Tiger Wear a Necktie?" by Don Petersen. The director, Michael Schultz, and I were having trouble finding a young actor to play…
A look through the actor's achievements.
Dollops of dry comedy and a few well-observed sequences aren't enough to jumpstart this lackluster pic.
Tribeca Enterprises is partnering with In Style and Dodge to bring outdoor drive-in movies to Rockefeller Center, June 19 - 22.
Jorge Camara was elected president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. for 2007-08 at the annual election meeting held Tuesday.
Disney has inked an exclusive first-look deal with "Spider-Man" creator and producer Stan Lee and his production company POW! Entertainment.
Dreamachine has sold Cannes jury prizewinner "Persepolis" to most major territories.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp is bidding to raise up to Euros 100 million ($134.9 million) from the company's upcoming IPO to fuel its international ambitions.
Pathe has pre-bought U.K. and French rights to the upcoming Fernando Meirelles project "Blindness" from Focus Features Intl., and Chris Nahon's "Blood: The Last Vampire" from Edko Films.
Mischa Barton will star in Roland Joffe's Russian coming-of-age drama "Finding t.A.T.u," which starts shooting in Moscow later this month.