Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country for Old Men" dominated the Toronto Film Critics Assn. Awards, picking up four prizes, including one for best film Tuesday.
MTV has forged an exclusive pact with Jerry Bruckheimer to produce videogames -- the first such deal any film or TV producer has made in the vidgame world.
Movie exec Gerald Green and his wife Patricia have been charged in Los Angeles with corruption in a federal case concerning the Bangkok Film Festival.
Mischa Barton will star in the indie stalker thriller "Homecoming."
It may be called "American Gladiators," but Japanese automaker Toyota has beat the competish and will promote its vehicles in NBC's revamp of the show.
Brad Pitt is in talks to climb into "Tree of Life," a drama Terrence Malick wrote and will direct.
The MPAA has rejected advertising materials for Alex Gibney's documentary "Taxi to the Dark Side," which traces the pattern of torture practice from Afghanistan's Bagram prison to Abu Ghraib to…
After forays into costume drama with "The Banquet" and war movies with "The Assembly," Chinese helmer Feng Xiaogang will return to the genre for which he is best loved in China -- comedy -- for his…
With the writers strike in its seventh week, there are signs of change on a number of fronts -- and these changes may ratchet up the pressure on the Writers Guild of America to reach a settlement.
MovieBeam, an experiment in video-on-demand launched by The Walt Disney Co., has shut down as part of its new parent company's reorganization under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code.
The WGA plans to picket the Golden Globes ceremonies on Jan. 13, assuming it's still on strike at that point.