Hollywood has initiated its courtship the Hispanic moviegoer. "Not everybody is doing it well, but it excites me that they are interested," one marketer says...
The "New Girl" co-stars role play their way into a mistaken identity comedy farce, complete with mob ties
Michael Cuesta directed the thriller for Focus Features
Stewart Hendler is directing the movie, which will be released in 2015 by Open Road Films
The Oscar-nominated actor next stars in Luke Greenfield's summer comedy "Let's Be Cops"
When the fine feathered (and amphibian) cast sings and dances, you almost forget what a bore the rest of this sequel is
Michael Pitt and Nina Arianda star as real-life Robin Hoods - accent on the "hoods" - with a plan so brilliantly stupid it actually worked,...
Engaging lead performances can only do so much for a flimsy tale that coasts on charm until it falls apart
Veteran executive was previously head of Anchor Bay's worldwide acquisitions
The studio slots its chiller against "50 Shades of Grey," and moves romance "The Longest Ride" from that date to Easter
Dick Wolf expands Midwest empire with a very watchable cop drama
The actors play a pair of parents who bond while taking their kids on a college visit in the first trailer for the upcoming comedy
Luke Greenfield is directing the movie, which stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr.
Andy Garcia and Forest Whitaker star in a conspiracy drama whose big ideas are undercut by cheeseball, direct-to-DVD–worthy writing and directing
Anchor Bay will work with Garcia on "Admissions," a new romantic comedy starring the Oscar nominee and Vera Farmiga
"Darkest Hour" adds Minghella; Swank's "Betty Anne Waters" gets retitled; Gervais' "Cemetery Junction" heads to DVD; Dugan reunites with Sandler
Andy Garcia stars alongside Emily Mortimer, Alan Arkin.