Looking to tap into the faith-based market, Vivendi Entertainment has acquired North American rights for Possibility Pictures' feature "Letters to God," and has set a March 12 release date.
Mike Nichols has been tapped by the American Film Institute to receive the AFI Life Achievement Award.
It took most of the year, but Sony's "The Ugly Truth" has become the first romantic comedy in 2009 to win a weekend at the foreign box office.
Warner Bros. has set RZA to star alongside Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis in "Due Date," the Todd Phillips-directed comedy.
In a sign of cooperation between the previously combative thesp unions, the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have reached a tentative deal with videogame…
Disney scored a one-two punch at the foreign box office with "Up" and "Surrogates" combining for over $24 million during a typically moderate autumn session on Sept. 25-27.
A state court judge has given preliminary approval to a settlement in the tangled foreign levies suit against the Writers Guild of America --possibly triggering payment of millions of dollars to…
Indican Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to Depression-era drama, "Kings of the Evening."
With moderates dominating last week's election, the Screen Actors Guild has become far more likely to negotiate its feature-primetime contract jointly with the American Federation of Television…
Vin Diesel has hired former Universal exec David Ortiz at his One Race production shingle with the aim of developing films for a global audience.
Relativity Media has acquired "Rubicon," buying the spec thriller penned by the scripting team of Ric Roman Waugh and Michael Alan Lerner and setting it up with Charles Roven at Atlas Entertainment.