Corbin Bernsen has set up Christmas comedy "3 Day Test" in a partnership with a local production company in the town of Kipling, Saskatchewan.
New Line has tapped Bruce Joel Rubin to rewrite sci-fi romance "The Time Traveler's Wife," to be directed by Robert Schwentke.
Henri Bollinger has succeeded George McQuade as president of the Entertainment Publicists Professional Society, starting with the new year.
"Night at the Museum" spent the last weekend of 2006 dominating the international box office with $47.3 million at 4,722 playdates in 26 markets.
As a pitch, the concept of "Jaws" meets "Jurassic Park" seemed like a no-brainer. But nine years after "Meg," Steve Alten's tale of an 80-foot-long prehistoric shark, hit Hollywood, the project looks…
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling in favor of how the WGA West awarded screenwriter credits on "The Last Samurai."
After a decidedly downbeat 2005, international box office has recovered nicely this year, tallying $14.6 billion in grosses to mark an 11% gain.
A tiny movie about port-a-potties led the charge in Oz, a hick film set on a French farm wowed the Gauls, and a family film about a Bavarian boy's obsession with religion galvanized the German B.O.
Chicago's film critics have selected "The Departed" as the top feature of 2006, while the pic's Martin Scorsese took the director nod and William Monahan won for adapted screenplay.
The American Film Institute has singled out Clint Eastwood as "a national treasure" for re-counting the Battle of Iwo Jima through opposite sides in "Flags of Our Fathers" and "Letters From Iwo Jima."
The 15th annual Pan African Film and Arts Festival has tapped Andrew Young to receive its lifetime achievement award on Feb. 9.