Less than a week before Fox's hotly-anticipated “Gotham” premieres, the network has given a put pilot commitment to another DC Comics-inspired property. “Lucifer,” based on the eponymous Vertigo…
Brit comic David Walliams is set to voice the character of Pudsey in the "Britain's Got Talent" winner's feature pic "Pudsey: The Movie." The family pic, which is helmed by Nick Moore ("Wild Child,"…
With no fanfare, Warner Bros. has erased the last vestiges of the Joel Silver era via a remodel of the Silver Pictures offices on the Burbank lot. The new occupants, who moved in recently, include…
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PARIS — Alfred Hitchcock's restored masterpiece “Vertigo” will unspool at the Cannes Film Festival in the presence of the 1958's pic's star, Kim Novak, who is the fest's guest of honor. Novak will…
Vertigo recently produced "Bates Motel" for A&E, which is set to debut March 18.
Bash first, ask questions later is the default setting for the elite police unit in "The Sweeney," a defiantly anachronistic actioner named after the copshow that topped British TV ratings in the…
LONDON -- Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" has ended the 50-year reign of Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" at the top of film mag Sight & Sound's critics' poll.
Brit shingle-distrib Vertigo Films is making a third instalment of its "Streetdance" film franchise, dubbed "Streetdance Jnrs.," which will be unveiled to buyers at the European Film Market next week.
Kim Novak's ad in the Jan. 9 edition of Daily Variety, saying she felt "violated" by the use of music from "Vertigo" in "The Artist," generated dozens of stories and even more blogosphere entries…
Helmer Michel Hazanavicius, Academy honchos and others weighed in Monday on the use of "Vertigo" music in "The Artist," after Kim Novak decried the excerpt as "rape" in a full-page ad in Variety.