Two English tourists are terrorized Down Under in British-Aussie co-production "Gone," a clumsy, secondhand stab at the youth slasher market. Backpacksploitationer will go quickly to ancillary, where…
As rough and singleminded as the villains and antiheroes who populate it, Brit vigilante drama "Outlaw" is a fist in the face of politically correct, "liberal" cinema.
Sony's "Ghost Rider" rode to No. 1 for the third straight weekend at the international box office. Box office was helped by local fare performing well, as much of the Hollywood studio competish…
Lionsgate and the Firm are partnering on a feature adaptation of Thomas Kinkade's painting "The Christmas Cottage," aiming for a holiday season release.
Actress and stuntwoman Cynthia Brannon died March 4 in Los Angeles of natural causes. She was 55.
Woody Allen, Steve Martin and Martin Short are among the thesps celebrating Diane Keaton at the 34th Annual Gala Tribute at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center on April 9.
Universal has pedaled hard for "Tour de Frank," plunking down $800,000 against $1.5 million in a preemptive purchase of a pitch by Andrea King and Andy Marx.
Error-strewn comedy "Miguel and William" asks what would have happened had William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes loved the same woman. The answer: much ado about nothing.
Disney re-elected all its directors, rejected a poison pill provision and took the wraps off its first hand-drawn animation project in years at its annual meeting in New Orleans Thursday.
Emily Watson, Colin Firth, Rupert Everett and comedian Russell Brand are set to star in "St. Trinian's," Ealing Studios' new version of the classic British comedy franchise that spawned several…
Maggie Gyllenhaal is in final talks to star opposite Christian Bale in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight," the next installment in the revitalized Batman franchise. She'll play the role of Rachel…