Catherine Zeta-Jones is returning to Wales to produce "Coming Out," a comedy to be directed by Sara Sugarman.
Miramax Films has acquired worldwide distribution rights, outside of a few Asian territories, to the Chinese-language comedy "Shaolin Soccer," directed by and starring Hong Kong action-comedy star…
Miramax Films co-chairman Harvey Weinstein would like the world to know that he loves Jean Labadie, and that he's resigning from stand-up comedy.
Munich Film Partners New Century has launched a $125.5 million fund to back two Paramount features, "Marci X" and "Abandon."
Dan Minahan ("Series 7") is developing an untitled thriller set in contempo Los Angeles for USA Films.
Writer/director Todd Haynes is re-teaming with New York's Killer Films for his next pic, "Far From Heaven," with Julianne Moore set to star.
Paul Verhoeven will return to Europe for $30 million "The Source," a new project to be produced by Alan Marshall and Jeremy Thomas.
Leading Brit drama producer Gub Neal has struck a first-look deal to develop movie projects with BBC Films. Neal, who launched indie shingle Box TV last year, previously was head of drama at Channel…
Perenchio's Univision Communications is attempting a new Spanish conquest: to open up the U.S. Latino market for Spanish-lingo films. And he's focusing not on Hollywood blockbusters dubbed into…
Almodovar muse Cecilia Roth ("All About My Mother") will star in "The Cannibal's Daughter," Antonio Serrano's followup to "Sex, Shame and Tears," the biggest Mexican B.O. hit ever.
Marcelo Figueras, screenwriter of acclaimed Argentine pic "Plata Quemada," is writing the screenplay of the $9 million English-lingo "Time Spy" for Spain's Morena Films, its most ambitious pic to…