Launched in the mid-1990s, the Pusan festival soared in importance as it rode on the coattails of a Korean movie industry that had skyrocketed once the political brakes had been removed. Today the…
While the world watches the political developments in the Middle East, artistic developments in the region are set to unfold in the coming months. A plethora of film fests -- Haifa, Beirut, Abu…
Fox has dropped its "Anchorwoman." The unscripted skein bowed Wednesday night with an hourlong seg that averaged just a 1 rating and 3 share in the adult 18-49 demo, leading the net to hit the "off"…
When it launched in 2004, Dubai seemed to want to offer all things to all people. But it has become the premier showcase of Arab cinema on the film fest calendar. The introduction of the Muhr Awards…
Touchstone Pictures has reteamed with Kevin Costner to distrib "Swing Vote," a political comedy the thesp is lensing through his banner Treehouse Films.
Paramount Pictures has set Stephen Sommers to direct "G.I. Joe," the live-action feature based on Hasbro's line of action figures.
The MPAA has given Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution" an NC-17 rating, and Focus Features has accepted it.
The Weinstein Co. has sold Italian rights to Stephen King adaptation "1408" and Rob Zombie's "Halloween" remake to Lucky Red in a deal that signals the Italo distrib's expansion from strictly…
What this country needs is a good kick between the legs. That's the philosophy the producers of "America's Funniest Home Videos" live by every day, and it has served them well.
Vin Di Bona may not have the most instantly recognizable name in Hollywood, but television viewers are certainly familiar with his accomplishments.
"You can't kill it with a stick" was how then-ABC Entertainment topper Ted Harbert described what he thought would be the half-life of "America's Funniest Home Videos."