Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou, who directed the Beijing Olympics' opening and closing ceremonies, will organize the 60th anniversary party to celebrate the foundation of Communist China on Oct. 1.
"Slumdog Millionaire" maybe winning laurels from many quarters and inspiring Indians everywhere, but don't count Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan among the pic's fans.
Italo helmer Gabriele Muccino has quasi-hero position in his home country, where his Will Smith starrer "Seven Pounds" recently opened to boffo B.O.
After much to-ing and fro-ing, it looks like "Cape No. 7," the hit Taiwanese romance pic with a Japanese flavor, will get a mainland Chinese release after all ... on Valentine's Day no less.
The economy may not be rebounding just yet, but the kudos scene sure is.
Hotel guests weren't the only victims of the December terror attacks in Mumbai. It's now clear the local media are being hit by collateral damage.
Academy screeners have always offered viewers the opportunity to watch the latest buzzed-about pic in the comfort of their own home. Now, some screeners are getting even more user-friendly.
You know visual f/x are getting cheaper when consumers can set up greenscreens at home to insert themselves into movies.
Does billionaire investor Ron Burkle know something no one else does?
You could call it the Tale of Two Cities. With just 20 shows now running on Broadway following a slew of January closings, you don't need to have majored in economics to see that the global recession…