Like the aerial buckaroo he plays in Paramount's upcoming "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow," Jude Law is flying loops around the careers of most stars his age.
After three seasons of making bad guys wince on ABC's "Alias," Jennifer Garner is going after movie auds' funny bones with her first headliner film role in "13 Going on 30."
Lions Gate held its coming-out party as a mini-major Tuesday.
Paging Carol Burnett and friends. Or Charles Busch and company. The inspired lunacy that both Burnett and Busch brought to their affectionate sendups of classic and not-so-classic movies is in…
"Bombay Dreams," the Bollywood-themed musical that marked the West End's first sizable Anglo-Asian hit, will close June 13 at the Apollo Victoria Theater after a profitable two-year run.
Facts behind the stranger-than-fiction history of Irish lass-turned-Australian Outback wonder woman Daisy Bates are much more compelling than scripter Lynne Kaufman's overly simplified survey of…
Jack Valenti's final state-of-the-industry address came laden with mounting dollar signs.Production expenditures by Hollywood majors rose 9% to an average $63.8 million last year, and the studios…
A reporter's worst fear when conducting an interview is to lose complete control of one's subject. But when that subject is Jack Black, even if he's laughing at you, you're usually laughing too.
Although he's on the sidelines these days, veteran exhib T. G. "Teddy" Solomon has never been more upbeat about the cinema biz.
For 15 years, NATO VP and exec director MaryAnn Grasso Anderson has been a booster for the Inter-Society for the Enhancement of Cinema Presentation and a fixture at the org's meetings.
Americans are famous for their penchant for all things bigger and better. So why is it that luxury cinemas are staples overseas but have made little headway Stateside? Only a dozen U.S. theaters…