Actor Charles "Bud" Tingwell, best known for his work on Aussie police skein "Homicide" and breakout indie film "The Castle," died of prostate cancer May 15 in Melbourne. He was 86.
BNC has hired PR exec Ross Johnson as VP of corporate entertainment public relations.
When "The Dark Knight" took off at the box office last summer, Andrew Klavan, a screenwriter and novelist, didn't just see a comic book franchise at its best; he saw President Bush. Specifically, he…
Woody Allen agreed Monday to a $5 million settlement in his lawsuit accusing American Apparel of using an image parodying him as a rabbi without his permission.
Three top officers at thesp union Actors' Equity Assn. have been reupped for a three-year term, with a trio of incumbents -- prexy Mark Zimmerman, first VP Paige Price and third VP Ira Mont -- all…
Alan Bennett's new play "The Habit of Art," directed by National Theater a.d. Nicholas Hytner, will be filmed live and screened in 60 U.K. cinemas and a further 110 screens worldwide.
Working Title is developing a live musical version of their hit "Bridget Jones's Diary" films.
Paramount Pictures has picked up Spanish rights to Gaby Ibanez's 'Hierro.'
The consolidation of WMA and Endeavor began in earnest Monday as WMA execs informed more than 100 agents and other staffers that they would be let go as of May 31.
Korean TV director and producer Kim Jong-hak announced in Cannes that he will helm fantasy epic "Legend of Magic Bell."
There's always one film that compels even the most hardened critics to run screaming from a screening. Danish director Lars von Trier's "Antichrist" -- starring Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg…