"Numbers" and "Everyone Hates Chris" took home the top honors at the Eighth Annual Family Television Awards on Tuesday night. The kudocast feted the two skeins for outstanding programming for family…
Peter Boyle, the actor who transformed himself from an angry working man in "Joe" to a tap-dancing monster in "Young Frankenstein" and, finally, to the comically grouchy father on "Everybody Loves…
"Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian," the second movie in Disney and Walden Media's "Narnia" franchise, will qualify as a British film under the U.K.'s new cultural test, despite the fact that the…
French films closed the gap on Hollywood in the first 11 months of 2006, grabbing a 44% share of the French box office, up from 38% in the same period last year, while U.S. fare dipped 1.2% to 46%.
Metrodome has acquired all U.K. rights to Laurie Collyer's "Sherrybaby," which stars Maggie Gyllenhaal as a young woman struggling to get her life back on track after being released from prison.
In the context of deconstructing literature, Emma Thompson brings the same gravitas and authorial weight to her role in "Stranger Than Fiction" that, say, Meryl Streep did to "Adaptation." Playing…
Robbie Chafitz is writing National Lampoon and Half Shell Entertainment comedy feature “The Last Night in October.” Project is described as a “Dazed and Confused”-style ensemble piece in which…
You'd think being a parent would have prepared Kate Winslet to play Sarah Pierce, the bored young mother and housewife in Todd Field's suburban drama "Little Children." If only.
Elie Intl. and Martone Prods. have optioned life rights to produce a film on the award-winning reporter-photographer Bernard Diederich.
In Emilio Estevez's "Bobby," Sharon Stone plays the hardened yet vulnerable hairdresser at the Ambassador Hotel on the night of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination.
In her breakthrough performance in "Mulholland Drive," Naomi Watts played a struggling actress who eventually turned homicidal. In her Oscar-nominated turn in "21 Grams," she played a coked-up…