The Miami Intl. Film Fest was still young when producer Sam L. Grogg premiered his movie "Patti Rocks" there. Headquartered at a hotel in what was then a somewhat sketchy downtown area, the nascent…
Universal has made Ryan Kavanaugh its go-to moneyman.
Dwayne Johnson will star as the title character in "The Tooth Fairy," a 20th Century Fox comedy that's coming together for an August start.
Disney will proceed with a third installment of its hit dance franchise "Step Up," tentatively titled "Step Up 3-D."
Now that the writers strike has been resolved, Warner Bros. is pushing ahead with its plans to make "Justice League" in time for a 2009 debut.
Gavin O'Connor, whose March 14 release date on "Pride and Glory" was scrapped late last year by New Line, wants answers.
When Nicole Guillemet and Diana Sanchez founded the Encuentros Program in 2003, it was based on a simple idea: "I wanted to create a place where Spanish and Latin American filmmakers could meet and…
Mirroring its status as a multinational hub, Miami's film and TV production biz is a wide-ranging mix of features, skeins, Spanish-language telenovelas and commercials.
Looking to get out of the way of 3-D competition, DreamWorks Animation is pushing back the release date of "How to Train Your Dragon" from November 2009 to March 2010.
Warner Bros. will open McG's Christian Bale starrer "Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins" on May 22, 2009, the start of Memorial Day weekend.
For buyers, the most talked-about screening at this month's Berlin Festival lasted just 10 minutes, and it wasn't even in English.