Underlining the worldwide power of family friendly films, BVI's "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" scored a fifth straight weekend victory at the international box…
A decade ago, Fox aggressively staked out a July 4 holiday bow for its summer tentpole "Independence Day" with a memorable promo during the NFL's big game. The tagline: "Enjoy the Super Bowl. It May…
Ang Lee has roped in the Directors Guild of America's top feature award for helming "Brokeback Mountain," continuing the roundup of major kudos for Focus Features' cowboy romance. Trophy, presented…
Fox has tapped "Wedding Crashers" scribes Steve Faber and Bob Fisher to pen a comedy about a skinny American competing as a sumo wrestler. Project is being developed as a starring vehicle for Jon…
Despite his bruising intro as SAG president, Alan Rosenberg is still thoroughly upbeat after four months in the post. "Every day is a challenge, but it's totally invigorating," the 54-year-old…
Philip Anschutz's Bristol Bay Prods. will finance and co-produce a feature based on the WWII saga of Desmond T. Doss, an Army medic who won the Congressional Medal of Honor despite refusing to carry…
All eyes this weekend will be on a little movie playing at just 34 playdates. Despite several wide bows and expansions, studios will be looking to see if Magnolia Pictures has success with the Steven…
New Line Cinema is launching a nationwide open casting call for the role of Tracy Turnblad in "Hairspray," which is expected to shoot in the summer in Toronto and Baltimore.
In its typically matter-of-fact manner, the Directors Guild of America started 2006 with major construction under way on an apartment building on its property next to its Hollywood headquarters.
With a 308-4 approval of their first contract, Hollywood and New York casting directors and associates have officially entetered into their first contract with studios and networks.