Veteran Hollywood executive Mark Gill is exiting the presidency of Avi Lerner’s Millennium Films after six years in the post. Lerner and Trevor Short will continue to operate Millennium, which was…
Millennium Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to “Life of a King,” a drama that stars Cuba Gooding Jr. as a chess-playing ex-con. The film premiered in June at the Los Angeles Film Festival…
Millennium Films and Campbell Grobman Films are partnering to bring George A. Romero's 1985 chiller "Day of the Dead" back to life.
The Taormina Film Festival wrapped Saturday with a tribute to James Gandolfini, who was on en route to the fest to be part of the Saturday evening honors when he died in Rome last week. After a clip…
Lionsgate has set a U.S. release date of Aug. 15, 2014, for Sylvester Stallone starrer “The Expendables 3,” with Jackie Chan, Wesley Snipes, Nicolas Cage and Milla Jovovich tapped to co-star. CEO Jon…
Looking to bridge the gap between Bollywood and Hollywood, Original Entertainment has closed a five-picture deal with Millennium Films for Bollywood remakes of “Rambo,” “The Expendables,” “16 Blocks,”…
This remake of a French farce awkwardly blends feel-good pablum and raunchy sex jokes.
Avi Lerner has officially hung out the "for sale" sign on his distribution shingle Millennium Entertainment after a potential deal to unload the company fell through earlier this year.
Millennium Films has promoted Jonathan Yunger to director of creative affairs following his work on action-thriller "Olympus Has Fallen."
Pic's Bulgarian-made CGI does the most damage in Antoine Fuqua's intense, ugly, White-House-under-siege actioner.
Millennium Entertainment will distribute titles from Exclusive Media's Hammer library in the U.S. in a deal that covers Hammer titles going back to 1966's "Dracula: Prince of Darkness." Millennium…
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