Finnish director Klaus Haro's feature debut, "Elina," which won the Crystal Bear at the Berlinale's Kinderfilmfest last month and best feature at Montreal Intl. Children's Film Festival last week…
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A web of intrigue enveloped Tobey Maguire Monday as word circulated that he may not be back as Peter Parker in Columbia Pictures' "The Amazing Spider-Man," the sequel to the top film of 2002 that…
Jerry Offsay, who has served as Showtime's prexy of programming since 1994, will step down at the end of the year, following months of speculation that he was leaving.
All systems are go for the Sunday night Oscars -- at least for now. Monday afternoon, Oscarcast producer Gil Cates issued a statement: "The Academy Awards are scheduled to proceed Sunday the 23rd at…
Tony Soprano will be returning to the waste management industry as early as next week. James Gandolfini dropped the lawsuit he filed to void his "Sopranos" contract, the first in a quick succession…
A coalition of Canadian unions presented a scathing report Monday decrying a crisis in home-grown English-lingo TV drama and demanding that the federal government "throw it a lifeline."
Writer-director Dylan Kidd, who turned critics' heads and won a string of prizes last year with his savvy debut comedy "Roger Dodger," will make his second feature, "P.S.," for Gotham-based…
Peter Howitt is near a deal to direct "Laws of Attraction," the romantic comedy to star Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore.
"Girlfight" writer-director Karyn Kusama is the leading candidate to helm Paramount and MTV Films' "Aeon Flux," the live-action feature version of MTV's futuristic cable series.
CBS has squeaked in another comedy pilot, adding "Rubbing Charlie" to its roster. Project, from Big Ticket Television, revolves around an altruistic doctor who realizes he doesn't know what he wants…