"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" endured another hit this week when computers, photographs and proprietary information were stolen from the production.
Auds are sweet on Nadine Labaki, Variety's Middle East Filmmaker of the Year, and it's easy to see why.
While Abu Dhabi's Middle East Intl. Film Festival organizers may be aiming high with their startup edition, they're not forgetting the little guys.
Ben Silverman's love affair with the 1980s continues.
Telefe Intl. has sold Fox's "Watch Over Me" to networks in Asia and Europe as part of a new strategy to market remakes of its fiction. The Argentine distributor sold "Watch" to nets in Serbia…
AFI aired the latest in its "100 Years" series on CBS in June, this one entitled "100 Cheers: America's Most Inspiring Movies." For Jean Picker Firstenberg, the outgoing CEO and prexy of the American…
Steve Erickson's novel "Zeroville," (Europa Editions, Nov. 9) digs into Hollywood's deep impact on our lives.
In the burgeoning genre of team-based online shooters, the grandfather of first person action has finally weighed in. "Enemy Territory: Quake Wars" is collaboration between id and Splash Damage, the…
Dick Wolf is teaming with "Disturbia" helmer D.J. Caruso and scribe J.H. Wyman to mount an ambitious comicbook-style drama that will use the same greenscreen technology utilized in the hit pic "300."
Fox has given a pilot order to a one-hour procedural drama from scribe Sam Baum that's also partly inspired by one of Brian Grazer's interests.