British film producer John Woolf, who brought "The African Queen" and "Oliver!" to the silver screen, died Monday in his London home of unreported causes. He was 86.
New Line on Wednesday began a series of auctions, selling off memorabilia from several of its pics -- "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me," "Rush Hour," "Boogie Nights," "Spawn," "Blade," "The…
"Tomorrow Never Dies" scribe Bruce Feirstein has been brought in to rewrite Warner Bros. action thriller "Smuggler's Moon" as a possible starring vehicle for Will Smith.
Ang Lee's "Ride With the Devil" will get its world premiere at the 25th Festival of American Cinema in Deauville (Sept. 3-12).
Twentieth Century Fox has blocked plans by leading U.K. cinema chains for nonstop, 24-hour screenings of "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace."
After a lackluster first semester, French moviegoing got a boost this week as 4.3 million tickets were sold across the country during the Fete du Cinema (June 27-29). The figures mark an all-time…
Village Cinemas inaugurated Tuesday a lavish multiplex in the most elegant area of Buenos Aires, La Recoleta.
The U.K. government has called for a harmonization of threatrical release dates for blockbuster movies to help combat video piracy.
Management-production banner Joel Stevens Entertainment has inked a first-look pact with Elie Samaha's Franchise Pictures to produce up to three films per year in the $5 million to $25 million…
Jason Hightman, who made a major splash two years ago as a rookie screenwriter when he sold the spec "World War III" to Columbia Pictures for $500,000 against $1.3 million, has sold a pitch to Mark…
Allan Carr, the producer best known for the films "Grease," "Grease 2," and the Tony award-winning Broadway production of "La Cage aux Folles," died Tuesday at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 62.