Two basketball movies are hitting Chinese screens in time for the Beijing Olympics, which kick off in August and are sure to prompt a rash of sports-related movies.
Takuya Kimura star vehicle "Hero" is stirring major interest in South Korea, where distributor Lotte Entertainment hopes to give it the biggest local release ever for a Japanese film.
Actress Amy Irving is coming to Seoul to star alongside Baek Yoon-shik ("The President's Last Bang") and Kim Yoon-jin (ABC's "Lost") in "Hanji Box," the first U.S.-Korean co-production to shoot on…
Korean and Chinese talent agencies Namoo Actors and Chengtian Entertainment Friday signed a cross-border deal to develop each other's clients.
An accidental death digs into the soul and reveals a mother lode of hidden guilt in compelling Danish meller "White Night."
Taking the viewer deep inside a Manila slum blighted by drugs and gang violence, "Tribe" is a disturbing snapshot of a community in chaos.
Perfectly pitched for mature-minded teens with adolescent tribulations on their mind, this effort may also seduce older auds.
Impressively lensed, and with a sensitive perf by Yao Anlian as a widower trying to make a buck while dealing with his moody teen kid.
Friday moviegoers hooked up with "The Heartbreak Kid," shelling out $4.6 million for the Farrelly brothers' R-rated comedy.
"Fujian Blue" reps an uneven yet involving debut by young helmer Robin Weng.
Erika Sawajiri, the star of the Isao Yukisada romantic drama "Closed Note," canceled her skedded Saturday appearance in Pusan in support of the film, which unspools in the Open Cinema section.