While Tom Cruise hasn't conquered the world this time, "Mission: Impossible 3" has managed to avoid disaster in its first two weeks in foreign markets.
Everyone in Hollywood wonders how the so-called new media will affect traditional producers and distributors. Will moviehouses become obsolete? Will TV networks go bankrupt? How naive, breathless or…
Europa Cinemas, which held its annual assembly Saturday in Cannes, reported an improved market share for European pics in its network of theaters in the past year.
Jean Dujardin, the French star currently wowing Gallic auds in James Bond style spy spoof "OSS 117: Cairo Nest of Spies," will tackle his first serious role in a new film being financed by Pathe.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American rights to "Driving Lessons," the pic that marks the directing debut of "Mrs. Brown"-scribe Jeremy Brock.
Brazil's Walter Salles is teaming with Argentine producer Lita Stantic and composer Gustavo Santaolalla to produce "Cafe de los maestros," a docu feature on tango music's greatest living masters…
"The Pursuit of Happiness," an adaptation of Douglas Kennedy's McCarthy-era bestseller, and helmer Laurent Cantet's "Entre les murs" head a potent slate by French production shingle Haut et Court.
Scottish auteur Lynne Ramsay has struck a deal with BBC Films to adapt Lionel Shriver's Orange Prize-winning novel "We Need to Talk About Kevin." Ramsay is co-writing the script with Rob Festinger…
Annette Bening, Lindsay Lohan and Sean Bean will star in the bigscreen adaptation of Oscar Wilde's "A Woman of No Importance," helmed by Janusz Kaminski.
Trying to launch a pic in Cannes can be risky, but the gamble seems to have paid off for Paramount and DreamWorks, when they unveiled 20 minutes of "Dreamgirls" to a rapturous reception.