The holiday CGI season is here, but you won't catch Ray Harryhausen slipping into a screening of the latest "Lord of the Rings" or "Matrix" pics. "A lot of these movies just aren't my cup of tea,"…
The Japanese B.O. soared like a ninja warrior last week, powered by "Finding Nemo" and "The Last Samurai," while "Nemo" revived ticket sales in Italy after a downbeat October-November. Biz stayed…
"King of Thieves," a contempo take on "Oliver Twist," is hoping for a second miracle after being chosen as Slovakia's entry in the foreign-lingo Oscar race.
The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. will jumpstart the 2004 Critics' Choice Awards with its newly conceived 10 Best Fest, a week of film screenings devoted to the critics' best picture nominees.
Fox is loving "The Lineup." Net is in talks with Warner Bros. TV about a six-episode series commitment.
New Line is looking to jumpstart its hobbit-size small screen business via an aggressive push into unscripted television to be led by reality vet Jon Kroll.
Call it "The Real (Little) World."
Brett Ratner has committed to direct "Josiah's Canon" for 20th Century Fox.