The Weinstein Co. has staked out Nov. 22 for the U.S. release of the Judi Dench-Steve Coogan awards contender "Philomena."
After moving up Marvel’s “Ant-Man” to July 31, 2015, Disney has removed from the calendar its fifth “Pirates of the Caribbean” installment, which previously was slated to bow July 10 that same year…
China Film Group seems set to pay Hollywood studios the $200 million revenues it has withheld for months
Fans of Mary-Louise Parker, who played the drug-dealing matriarch in Showtime's hit "Weeds," should prepare to see her in a very different role. She's been picked up to star in the newest Hallmark…
Disney is staking claim to a summer kickoff date for Marvel's "The Avengers" sequel, setting the release for May 1, 2015.
Luke Wilson is in final negotiations to star in the upcoming indie sports comedy "Million Dollar Man."
Reese Witherspoon and “Warm Bodies” producer Bruna Papandrea have teamed to launch a new production banner, Pacific Standard. Duo will fold a number of projects into the partnership from their…
China Lion Film Distribution will distribute "Sex and Zen 3D : Extreme Ecstasy," the 3D soft-porn pic that has broken records in Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, into Blighty and Ireland.
Southeast Asian English-language channel AXN is planning to introduce the region's first ever TV musical, "The Kitchen Musical," which will combine drama, music, dance and recipes and will bow across…
A new production of tuner "Me and My Girl" and a season of David Hare plays headline the new season at top U.K. regional theater Sheffield Crucible, to be announced today.
Manhattan Theater Club issued a statement Friday that Lynn Redgrave will open as scheduled in her new solo play "Nightingale," despite undergoing treatment whose side-effects necessitate that she…
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