Low-budget lark "The Eternal City" echoes classic '80s Amerindie quirks despite plentiful local color.
An agreeable tone and cast make "Sherman's Way" go down easy.
She got to wear great clothes and be the kick-ass funny girl on the set. So what more could a girl want?
It's not like Hollywood was knocking on Robert Downey Jr.'s door saying, "We want to ride millions on you. Here's the Golden Ticket. Please be our Iron Man."
Warner Bros. will split the last "Harry Potter" tome into a two-part film, with the installments unspooling six months apart.
Feeling as crustily comfortable as its titular environ, "The Village Barbershop" is an old-hat story -- curmudgeon grudgingly takes in brash youth, with eventual life-enhancing benefits for both. But…
Neil Marshall's "Doomsday" will open the Fantasy Filmfest Nights, which will tour German cities in late March and April.
Ingrid Dahlberg has been appointed CEO of the Ingmar Bergman Foundation, charged with strengthening its position in Sweden and internationally.
Malvin Wald, a screenwriter who was nominated for an Academy Award for the 1948 movie "The Naked City," died March 6 in Sherman Oaks, Calif. He was 90.
New-York based Cineric has been selected by the Netherlands Filmmuseum to preserve 24 historically important films from the institution's collection beginning with "Jenny" (1958), the first Dutch…
Sony plans to start a content distribution biz, digitally screening everything from opera to sports at theaters across Japan, in cooperation with rights holders.