The Weinstein Co. will turn the Jim Henson series "Fraggle Rock" into a live-action musical feature.
Paramount Pictures has acquired "From Zero to Sixty," a Steve Martin pitch for a comedy that will reteam him with "Father of the Bride" co-star Diane Keaton.
The chipmunks are tuning up for a bigscreen return in 2010.
Fox Broadcasting Co. and 20th Century Fox TV are stepping up their search for the next generation of animation hits with the launch of two departments dedicated to toon development and production.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Friday that California must increase tax incentives to movie and television studios as a way to keep them from moving their productions out of state.
The May 22 bow of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" not only marks the return of the whip-cracking archaeologist to the screen after 19 years, but his long-lost love, Karen Allen…
The enticements are irresistible: Abu Dhabi has its Film Financing Circle. Neighboring Dubai is building its own Studio City. Big bucks beckon.
As U.S. filmmakers, buyers and sellers head for Cannes, they are tamping down expectations. And it's not just because the economy is tilting steadily toward recession.
Canada's leading film distributor Alliance Films has been through some rough times, but it looks like there might finally be some good tidings in the second half of 2008. That's partly thanks to the…
Argentina's Levy Films & Production has teamed with Endemol Argentina and Morocha Films to produce "Clipeado" (Clipped), a suspense satire on reality TV and YouTube extreme videos.
As the Cannes Film Fest kicks off, sales companies are grappling with the increasing stratification in the market between pricey specialty films with name talent and smaller, traditional art pics.
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