Ken Watanabe will star in Clint Eastwood's "Red Sun, Black Sand," the Japanese companion piece to his Iwo Jima drama "Flags of Our Fathers."
A quartet of senators has moved one step closer to putting the videogame industry in the crosshairs of a federally funded study that is likely a prelude to governmental attempts to regulate.
Hollywood spent more money marketing movies that were seen by fewer people. In advance of ShoWest, which begins next week in Las Vegas, the Motion Picture Assn. of America issued its market…
Blockbuster's profits soared last quarter, but revenue continued to drop on the no-late-fee policy that made 2005 a hellish year for the troubled vidtailer.
Bob and Harvey Weinstein are planning to bring a legit version of martial arts pic "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" to the stage, and are also developing the five books that encompass "Tiger" as a…
While on a state visit to Moldova, Leonid Brezhnev ends up becoming a matchmaker for a lovelorn gypsy in "Rabbit Over the Void." Crazier than a march hare, Russian helmer Tigran Keosayan's romantic…
"Madagascar" was no "Shrek 2" on DVD, and "Wallace & Gromit" wasn't even close to "Shark Tale" in theaters, causing DreamWorks Animation profits to plunge 67% in the fourth quarter.
Fun-loving freshmen get more than they bargain for in "Scared," a rough-and-ready thriller from Thailand. Completely devoid of pretension and cohesive plot, this shoddy effort nevertheless has a…
Amiable atmosphere and an inventive premise help hit-and-miss German romcom "Nine Takes" get over occasional storytelling lags. Despite digital camerawork, pic appears best suited to bigscreen…
Nickelodeon is embracing the changing shape of the kidvid industry, and is launching an animation lab to prove it.