Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to "Miss Pickett," a modernization of Nancy R. Julian's children's novel.
So how do you marry a millionaire? Paramount Pictures hopes to find out, swooping in to buy a Will Davies pitch that focuses on exactly that question for Donald DeLine to produce.
A lawsuit that pitted independent producer David Stutman against Leonardo DiCaprio over the release of the low-budget film "Don's Plum" was settled Friday.
With the Golden Shell going to director Francois Dupeyron's "C'est quoi la vie?," French pics scored top prizes in the official and new director competitions as well as in the audience polls at the…
The fall biz boomed in a bunch of overseas markets last week, except for a notably lethargic U.K., as the "Star Wars" prequel, "The Sixth Sense," "Big Daddy" and "Eyes Wide Shut" delivered good to…
Marketplace competition posed no peril to Paramount's "Double Jeopardy," which handily led the weekend box office with an estimated $23.7 million. The frame also saw excellent results for DreamWorks'…
Actor-helmer Tony Goldwyn is in final negotiations to helm the romantic drama "Handyman" for Warner Bros.
Oscar winner George C. Scott, the gravel-voiced and granite-faced actor who was best at portraying the vulnerability beneath the gruff exterior of his characters, died Wednesday at his home in…
Spanish private broadcaster Tele 5 has unveiled a 12-film slate, which almost overnight establishes it as one of the country's most powerful producers.
Seventeen projects, including works by established Asian helmers like Fruit Chan, Wang Xiaoshuai, Garin Nugroho and Rithy Panh, will be unveiled at this year's Pusan Promotion Plan (Oct. 15-17)…