Long vexed by the anonymous advance reviews that abound on fan Web sites -- which often trash films before they're released -- the Hollywood studios have at last gotten some measure of vindication.
In India, as in most other countries, sex sells. Then again so does romance -- and the ongoing now-war, now-peace relations between arch-rivals India and Pakistan.
Strands: The high-profile Andrew Lloyd Webber-David Zippel tuner "The Woman In White" won't be the first West End musical out of the starting gate this fall.
Thai production house Vithita Animation has big plans for hit cartoon series "PangPond," based on Thailand's most famous comic-book character.
Voiceover: It's not just the athletes who will be jumping through hoops at the upcoming Olympic Games in Athens.
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Is he staying or leaving? That question surrounding Harvey Weinstein continues to beleaguer Miramax staff and business partners, who await an answer with growing impatience.
As the year hit the halfway point, U.S. studios looked headed for a banner year overseas -- but the big challenge is to maintain this momentum.
Road grosses plunged 15.2% to $10,927,750 during Week 5 (June 28-July 4). Independence Day weekend is never kind to the theater biz, and "Riverdance" and "Les Miserables" closed at the end of Week 4…
Robert Lantos is by his own admission an aberration. One of the last of a dying breed of indie producers, he specializes in financing projects via long-term relationships with such filmmakers as Atom…
The president may not be a big Hollywood movie fan, but he might want to consider doing a little fund-raising in Texas. The Lone Star State has always been friendly territory for Dubya, its former…