"Rush," the high-octane car racing film about the public rivalry between legendary Formula One drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt during the 1970s, has all the markings of Tinseltown's latest flashy…
Myriad Pictures has issued a pair of photographs of the late Cory Monteith from the star’s forthcoming film, “All the Wrong Reasons.” Monteith portrays an ambitious store manager in the ensemble…
In a pre-Cannes move, Robert Downey Jr. has joined Jon Favreau's comedy "Chef," with production starting July 8 in Los Angeles.
For the hardy few to whom "Beverly Lewis' The Confession" really is the much-anticipated sequel to "The Shunning," its arrival is no doubt good news. To the rest of the world, this Hallmark Channel…
Film critic Roger Ebert was not only the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, but one of the only critics known to the general public, thanks to his long-running movie review shows such as…
An overlong and under-conceived reunion between "Blue Valentine" director Derek Cianfrance and star Ryan Gosling.
With 78 features world premiering at SXSW this year, Variety couldn’t possibly get to everything. Here are quick takes from senior film critic Peter Debruge on a handful of deserving films that…
Cheerfully smashing perceptions of North Korea as a shuttered nation, "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" proves that cooperation with the West really is possible, at least in cinema.
San Francisco-based documentary sales and production shingle Ro*Co Films is set to theatrically release its first title, Brian Knappenberger's doc on civil disobedience "We Are Legion: the Story of…
Pic operates on the notion that indiscriminate action in service of a formulaic script will keep auds clutching their armrests, but the results fail to grip.
Located at the intersection of U.S. nuclear amnesia and the 2011 meltdown of the Fukushima plant in Japan, "The Atomic States of America" takes a fairly objective approach to an emotionally volatile…