"The offers are streaming in, to the extent that I cannot keep up with them," Asante tells TheWrap
The former "Batman" plays an aging actor who can't stop thinking about his superhero past
The Broken Lizard team told Guyspeed.com that it has written the script
Oscar winners Jim Rash and Nat Faxon make their directorial debuts with this coming-of-age tale
"Concussion" chronicles a restless woman who finds solace in prostitution after a major head injury
"The Double Hour" is a remake of the Italian romatic thriller from 2009
Holiday Party Season is in full swing.
"Celebrity" premieres of "Hitchcock" to follow in New York City (Nov. 18) and Los Angeles (Nov. 20)
The Fox Searchlight horror film opens nationwide on March 1
Dogme director Thomas Vinterberg is in talks to adapt Thomas Hardy’s classic novel “Far From The Madding Crowd"
'The Sessions,' starring John Hawkes and Helen Hunt, was originally scheduled to hit theaters on Oct. 28
Actress-screenwriter Zoe Kazan turned Pygmalion into a rom-com with dark edges in "Ruby Sparks"
Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris' Oscar-winning "Little Miss Sunshine" made $100 million, but it still took a series of close calls to get "Ruby" off...
Rescued by an internet cult, Kenneth Lonergan's indie epic "Margaret" gets a home video release that includes its three-hour version
Murdoch's media empire will separate its lucrative broadcast and entertainment division from its publishing arm
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" may be one of the year's most exciting and singular movie experiences, but Benh Zeitlin's film faces real challenges at...
Benh Zeitlin, director of the year's biggest indie sensation, says "Beasts of the Southern Wild" creates new stories for a culture on the verge of...
Not even Martin Scorsese's attempts to revive this nearly lost but critcally adored film could bring it to the big screen
With a cast of older actors like Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, the geriatric comedy took on "The Avengers" -- and thrived
"The Do-Deca-Pentathlon," a comedy from Jay and Mark Duplass, will open theatrically in June
"The Artist" and "The Descendants" also continue to play well as they expand
Awards contenders are hiring armies of publicists -- is it savvy campaigning, or desperation?
Alexander Payne's movie opens at only 29 locations, but is No. 10 at the box office
Borderline Films has also produced "Afterschool" and "Two Gates of Sleep"
The Oscar-nominated actress talks about singing and stripping in the daring and provocative "Shame"
Steve McQueen's provocative film includes full male frontal nudity and a great deal of sex
Talking with the other Olsen sister and her colleagues on one of the year's most unsettling and demanding dramas
In a down economy are movie companies relying too heavily on free labor?
Fox Searchlight is being charged with violating minimum wage and labor laws
British director Steve McQueen's drama takes a piercing, pitiless look at the culture of sexual excess in Western society