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It’s hump day for Sun Valley, Allen & Company’s annual elbow-rubbing of moneymen and moguls.
The elite conference has reached mid-point after
Outfest has announced that James Franco and Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper will receive the festival’s honorary awards.
Franco has been
Kiefer Sutherland has signed on to return to Sony’s reboot of “Flatliners” opposite Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton and Kiersey
Lionsgate has come on board to distribute Jesse Metcalfe’s thriller “The Ninth Passenger,” which begins shooting next week in Vancouver, Variety has learned
“Men Go to Battle” presents mid-19th-century American life as a series of constant, arduous struggles, be they at home or on the battlefield.
Much satisfaction is demanded in Henrik Ruben Genz’s fast-and-loose period romp “Satisfaction 1720,” and while the Rolling Stones’ rock standard never pops up on
Wanda’s upcoming “For A Few Bullets” will be the first Chinese-language movie mastered and released in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. The film,
Perez Hilton has joined the cast of independent comedy “We Love You, Sally Carmichael” opposite Sebastian Roche, Elizabeth Tulloch, Jack McBrayer and Paula
An exquisite, evocative and elusive tale of abandonment and the psychological scars of war, “House of Others” is, incredibly, the first feature from
It’s fair to say that anyone who goes to see “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” will expect a certain amount of bang
Pet-loving moviegoers are expected to show strong support for the opening of Illumination-Universal’s “The Secret Life of Pets” with more than $70 million
Welsh actor Julian Lewis Jones has joined “Justice League,” which will bring together Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash.
Roberto Andò takes great delight in destabilizing established orders, if only on-screen. In 2013’s euphoriant “Long Live Freedom,” he substituted a worn-out center-left
Peak Time Entertainment, the venture between ‘Rush Hour” producer Arthur Sarkissian and China’s Bruno Wu, is to chart a new course with “Titanic
Next Entertainment World, South Korea’s leading independent film financier and distributor, is to expand into theatrical exhibition. It will launch a multiplex chain
ROME — Cattleya, the prominent Italian indie production company behind widely exported mob TV series “Gomorrah” has appointed former Cinecittà Studios executive Cristina Giubbetti
Noel Neill, the first actress to play Superman’s gal pal Lois Lane onscreen, died July 3 in Tucson, Ariz. after a long illness. Her
The word “cinema” can mean a lot of things, but to a great many people (maybe too many), it now means sitting back and
China’s theatrical box office got a bounce in June, but the nationwide total is set to slow to a relatively pedestrian 20% —
Asghar Farhadi, who nabbed the Berlin Golden Bear and an Oscar for 2011’s “A Separation,” has won the international film prize at the
“Teenage Mutant Ninjas Turtles: Out Of The Shadows” claimed top spot at the Chinese box office. It beat local competition from Chinese-Korean action
Opening on June 29, newcomers dominated the top three spots at the Korean box office in the first weekend of July.
“Blush” is perhaps not the most apposite English-language title for writer-director Michal Vinik’s fresh, frank look at coming out and coming of age
Hollywood movies dominated the Hong Kong box office in the first half of the year, accounting for more than eight of the top
Perhaps not the most original film you’ll see all year, but very possibly the most instantly lovable, first-time filmmaker Darren Thornton’s beautifully performed, warm yet
While Hollywood pays lip service to a call for diversity in front of and behind the camera, the engaging Hungarian dramedy “Kills On
“Finding Dory” is swimming into history over the Independence Day holiday with $50.2 million at the four-day box office.
Pixar-Disney’s sequel won
Stephen Fung’s Hong Kong production “The Adventurers,” starring Jean Reno and Andy Lau, is set to shoot in the Czech Republic.
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, whose 1997 film “Taste of Cherry” won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, has died in Paris.
Remember what it was like to be young and in love? If you do, chances are your memories don’t much resemble “Kids in