United Artists has acquired remake rights to "Timecrimes," the Spanish film that debuted at Sundance over the weekend.
When it comes to Oscar's foreign-language race, there's one language everyone speaks: controversy.
You can't beat the music budget on Issa Lopez's "Casi Divas": The Mexican scribe-helmer landed Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer for the low, low cost of just $1 dollar.
For years, homevid execs dismissed video on demand as a distant threat to their business. Now they're ready to embrace it -- up to a point.
As Robert Redford took the stage at Park City's Eccles Theatre to officially open the 24th Sundance Film Festival with the Focus Features/Film Four anarchic gangster comedy "In Bruges," he told the…
When the Directors Guild announced that it had reached an early contract settlement with the AMPTP on Jan. 17, it was a reminder that in Hollywood, it's all about the deal -- and the credit.
When it comes to Internet propaganda, Al Qaeda and the rival Islamic Army of Iraq are in a war for the Web.
The only thing more unpredictable than fashion itself may be films about fashion.
Two years ago, Finnish monster rockers Lordi scared up enough fans to win the European Song Contest. Now the band is aiming to expand its brand ... as horror movie stars.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is known for many things. But he's never been a soap star -- until now.
Producer-distrib Vertigo Films has boarded writer-director Rupert Wyatt's soph feature "The Trail," which is skedded to shoot this spring in New Mexico.