In a first for the James Bond franchise, MGM plans to spinoff a spy vehicle based around the character of Jinx, played by Halle Berry in the upcoming installment in the series, "Die Another Day."
Videogame giant Electronic Arts launched three movie-related titles Thursday at a red-carpet premiere inside a soundstage at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood.
It's bygones for now: Rival digital video recorder makers TiVo and Sonicblue said Friday the two companies will dismiss their patent infringement lawsuits against one another and focus on boosting…
Helmer Kimberly Peirce is in final negotiations to land a two-year first-look deal at DreamWorks. Peirce is being brought into the studio by co-production prexy Michael De Luca, who had given the…
Someone at Ford must have a thing for secret agents. After shelling out $35 million to land its newest Thunderbird, Aston Martin and Jaguar models starring roles in MGM's upcoming James Bond…
It's game on at ICM. Hoping to cash in on the growing $9 billion vidgame biz, the tenpercentery has launched a videogames department and tapped gaming vet Keith Boesky to head up the venture.
A stuntman remains missing after shooting a stunt on Tuesday for Revolution Studios' upcoming Bruce Willis actioner "Tears of the Sun."
The race is on to bring talking-car movies to the bigscreen. MGM late on Friday picked up Ron Anderson's comedy spec "Wheels of Fury," a laffer that's described as a cross between "Austin Powers" and…
California may continue to be the epicenter for the feature f/x biz, but British facilities are beginning to carve out some considerable turf.
And the first gold medal goes to: law firm Morrison & Foerster, which has been tapped to provide the international legal counsel for the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing.