When the studio asked Jason Keller to sign up for kidnapping and dismemberment insurance before traveling to Sudan to research his script for "Machine Gun Preacher," they weren't kidding around.
From Palm Beach to the Gulf Coast, tax breaks and year-round warm weather lure filmmakers.
Miami has long been the unofficial showbiz capital of Latin America.
With just 12 weeks to go before Paramount's "Hugo" was scheduled to lock picture on Nov. 7, vfx supervisor Rob Legato went to director Martin Scorsese and told him the film's elaborate opening…
Critics and auds alike have seen it time and time again: achingly-serious foreign language Oscar submissions that seem to have been chosen for the nobility of their intentions rather than their…
Sloan was a young attorney entertainment attorney when he made his first big deal in 1983, purchasing New World Pictures from B-movie king Roger Corman for $2 million.
A native of France with a masters in science from MIT and an MBA from Harvard, De Fanti teamed with former CBS and Sony exec Jeff Sagansky in 2007 to found Winchester Capital Management, which…
Since leaving his last corporate day job in 2002, the former CBS, Sony and Paxson Communications exec has been focusing on his diverse portfolio of investments, which includes everything from films…
Of his four movies released this year -- "Hall Pass," "Midnight in Paris," "Cars 2" and "The Big Year" -- Owen Wilson can't say which was more fun to shoot, but he knows which one surprised him the…
Jay Baruchel thinks it's ridiculous that he and writing partner Jesse Chabot wound up working on two sports movies back-to-back, the hockey comedy "Goon" and "Baseballissimo."
It's no coincidence that every movie Kurt Johnstad writes is about warriors of one stripe or another, from the epic "300" and Relativity Media's upcoming "Act of Valor," starring active-duty Navy…