Film and TV library owners are getting a new way to sell their buried treasures.
Michigan is the latest state to enact legislation aimed at boosting local production, with Gov. Jennifer Granholm set to sign an economic stimulus package Monday that includes an aggressive film…
Warner Bros. will become the first studio in the U.K. to offer some of its movies on DVD and video-on-demand on the same day.
Leading pan-Arab satcaster MBC has inked a deal with Paramount Pictures and Lucasfilm to air all the Indiana Jones features, including the forthcoming "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal…
In its first major material deal made since Mary Parent took over as head of MGM's worldwide motion picture group, the studio ponied up for "The Matarese Circle," a 1979 book by Robert Ludlum.
Domestic B.O. ended the first quarter with a record $2.1 billion, but that doesn't mean studio execs are all smiles.
3-D is moving downmarket.
American toons remain a boon overseas, with Twentieth Century Fox's "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" trumpeting its way to No. 1 at the overseas box office over the March 28-30 weekend.
Chinese-Australian-German co-production "The Children of Huang Shi" had its premiere in the remote Hunan town in which the pic is set, part of a drive to tubthump the Jonathan Rhys Meyers starrer in…
Sony is firming up its early 2009 release calendar, including setting Robert Luketic's Katherine Heigl-Gerard Butler romantic comedy to open April 4 and taking toon "Cloudy with a Chance of…
Shooting films in France has been popular from the get-go. Indeed, France was the get-go. The first film lensed anywhere is believed to be "Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat," Louis Lumiere's station…