Ben Affleck is in Missouri. And the good one, at that. The Argo and Good Will Hunting and future Batman Affleck. Not the Gigli and Surviving Christmas Affleck. That dude is sooo 2004. But anyway, Ben Affleck is in Missouri, ya'll!! And so is Neil Patrick Harris. And model Emily Ratajkowski. They' ... More >>
cnn.comSteven (left) and Michael Roberts have been called the "Black Donald Trumps" though these days they seem more like the bankrupt Mr. Trump circa 1991.Here's a follow-up to a story Daily RFT first told you about back in February. Last week CBS filed an injunction in St. Louis County Circuit ... More >>
cnn.comIn 2009 CNN pegged Steven (left) and Michael Roberts empire at $1 billion.Given its daily lineup of reruns of Roseanne, Cosby Show, Tyler Perry's House of Payne, and tired crime-show dramas, one might think that WRBU my46 wasn't paying anything for its programming. Turns out, maybe t ... More >>
By CECILIA RAZAKYou might remember The Day The Earth Stood Still as that hokey, if well-meaning, sci-fi message-movie from the 1950's. (And if you do remember it, chances are the title also describes the day you shouted ''Klaatu barado nikto!'' at your gym teacher.) But for all those who haven't see ... More >>
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer who were hoping to catch the season six musical episode "Once More, With Feeling" at the Tivoli this weekend still have a couple of days to load up their Netflix queues and organize viewing parties at home. That's right, Scoobies: The much-anticipated Tivoli midnight ... More >>
Week of March 8, 2007
Halfway through Sundance, and still whistling a happy tune.
A round-up of summer's surefire hits (and definite duds)
Last Stand does very, very right by its predecessors
Aquamarine peddles a fish story to undemanding tweeners
In Ridley Scott's latest epic, it's good for one really stunning siege
Like Big Fish for little kids, Robots works hard to please everyone
Bernardo Bertolucci revisits young love with The Dreamers
Dallas filmmaker Shane Carruth won Sundance's top honor. So...now what?
Remember when Steve Martin was funny? Apparently, neither does he.
Metamorphoses is a wet dreamscape, and Kimberly Akimbo has a skewed charm
The comic-book Gentlemen have never been more flat
Free flicks at the Fox
With the rich, says Igby, always a little pity
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Fear and self-loathing at the Minority Report junket
DEJ Productions tries to give "direct-to-video" a good name
If Fox expels Undeclared, blame everyone but Judd Apatow
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines and lands in familiar terrain
If the aim of The Vampires is to drain the life from us mortals, they've succeeded
Five years after Swingers, Jon Favreau just wanted to get a movie Made
Baz Luhrmann makes movies -- and audiences -- in his own image
Chris Carter considers the futures of X-Files and Lone Gunmen
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
Monkeybone, like a dream, is best when half-remembered
St. Louis celebrates one of its favorite things
When C.D. Payne stopped writing ad copy, he created a revolutionary teenage hero
When Fox-TV canceled American High, the network hit a new low
Chris McQuarrie won an Oscar for Usual Suspects, to which Hollywood responded, 'Big deal'
By Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II (Stages St. Louis)
St. Louis native George Hickenlooper takes another step on his Hollywood career path with the Orson Welles adaptation The Big Brass Ring -- but a happy ending's still not in sight.