In the opening sequences of 3D sci-fi actioner "Resident Evil: Afterlife," Tokyo's fashionable Shibuya shopping district winds up in chaos and ruins.
Edwards died after his van collided with a hay bale that had rolled down a hill into the road.
Helmer Oh Seok-geun will take up his post as director of the Busan Film Commission on Tuesday.
Toon house Group Tac filed for bankruptcy in Tokyo District Court with debts of $7.7 million.
"Road to Nowhere" is going somewhere.
About half of the 357 movies produced in Italy between 2006 and 2008 have travelled outside country.
Alex de la Iglesia will segue from "Circus" to another dramedy genre-blender.
Michele Placido says he has Fox Intl. Prods. to thank for getting crimer off ground.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and his Really Useful Group company are in exclusive negotiations to sell four of his West End theaters.
Back in January, Variety called Davis Guggenheim's documentary "Waiting for Superman" as a "kind of high minded thriller" — exposing the faulty education system and proposing solutions, but also…
New films and works in progress from Central and Eastern Europe are to be showcased at festivals in Warsaw and Moscow next month.