Helmer Ashvin Kumar, whose 2005 short "Little Terrorist" was nominated for a live-action short film Oscar, has run foul of India's Central Board of Film Certification.
On a night loaded with repeats, Univision led the broadcast pack in the key young-adults demo Monday behind a strong finale for novella "Soy Tu Duena." ESPN, meanwhile, was expected to beat everybody…
The New York Times' Brian Stelter and Bill Carter don't come out and say that Jon Stewart is the "modern-day equivalent of Edward R. Murrow," but they suggest he may be. That is following the passage…
Chinese B.O. looks set to top 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) in 2010 after a strong performance by key homegrown movies in the last weeks of the year, the head of the all-powerful China Film Group…
Two more studios have signed on for Sony Computer Ent.'s movie service for gamers, according to a report in the Nikkei newspaper.
Nearly 15 months after Michael Radford suspended the shoot of "La Mula," one week out from a wrap, the British director and Spain's Alejandra Frade, the pic's lead producer, remain locked in a legal…
While Paramount's "True Grit" lassoed a healthy start this Christmas with a three-day estimate of $25.6 million, the holiday sesh's other wide release, Universal's "Little Fockers" -- though winning…
The director's spokesman issued a response a Washington Post report that he's taking a role in the party's image efforts. Spokesman Marvin Levy says, via The Hill, "I can say as a long-time spokesman…
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has started circulating an order that says the Comcast and NBC U transaction can be approved with substantive conditions. Of course, for critics, the devil is in the…
Powerful Spanish film-TV businessman Enrique Cerezo has taken a minority co-production stake in Italian horror maestro Dario Argento's stereoscopic 3D adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula."