For $1,450, budding auteurs can learn filmmaking from Werner Herzog -- but he cautions the faint of heart to stay away.
It took nearly three months, but "Up" finally led all films in international markets for the first time.
Tom Ortenberg is ankling the Weinstein Co. after less than a year as president of theatrical film.
Citing recessionary pressures, the CineVegas Film Festival will go on hiatus for at least a year.
Paul Dano has been cast alongside Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz in Fox's untitled action comedy, formerly titled "Wichita." Shooting starts next month in Boston under director James Mangold.
Rising India is co-financing production and distribution of the animated feature "Noah's Ark" with Unified Pictures, with the former providing $40 million for production and P&A.
Ken Howard's election to national president of the Screen Actors Guild amounts to a repudiation of the uncompromising strategy that previous prexy Alan Rosenberg embodied during his four-year tenure.
Disney aims to hunt down the top spot with the Bruce Willis starrer opening at 2,951 playdates.
Newmarket Films has acquired U.S. rights to director Jon Amiel's "Creation," starring Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany, and plans a December release.
The Art Directors Guild has tapped Terence Marsh to receive its lifetime achievement award.
Tuesday's preem of Warner Bros.' "The Invention of Lying" at the Chinese Theater had a surreal feel by design.