It’s been a long time since we’ve seen Julia Roberts in an “awkward” role (think “Steel Magnolias”), and this one fits the bill. Formerly fat, consistently self-conscious Kiki (Roberts) will do…
The buzz on this movie is louder than a chainsaw, with standing-room audiences at Sundance and early talk of Oscar nods. But will it play in Peoria? Described by creator-director-star John Cameron…
Canada's actors union will be working closely with SAG and AFTRA during the strike negotiations, and in the event of a strike, Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA)…
Lot 47 has taken North American rights to Claire Denis' out-of-competition shocker, the $8 million "Trouble Every Day."
MGM Home Entertainment knows all video retailers have an enormous appetite for the video version of "Hannibal," the top-grossing theatrical release of the year so far, but the studio hopes to entice…
If Greg Coote and his colleagues at Intertainer Asia are right, folks in that region will embrace digitally delivered video-on-demand faster than those services are catching on in the U.S.
After endless false starts to launch homevideo revenue sharing in Korea, U.S.-based system provider Supercomm is scheduled to begin service in May, with rival Rentrak possibly right on its heels.
Buena Vista Home Entertainment has quietly started informing major retailers that surprise hit "Spy Kids" from Disney's Miramax/Dimension will be released on video in September.
Whatever Warner Bros.' "Best in Show" failed to fetch during the kudos season, it made up for at Sunday's 15th annual American Comedy Awards at Universal Studios Z lot.
U.K.-based video-on-demand service Video Networks has inked a three-year deal with Regency Enterprises, adding pics "Fight Club," "Pushing Tin" and "Entrapment," among others, to its catalog.
Blockbuster is raking in the profits, spurred by strong international revenue and growing DVD sales. The Dallas-based video rental giant, which is 80% owned by Viacom, said Thursday that revenue for…