Warner Bros. will bow "Matrix Reloaded" in a day-and-date domestic and foreign wide release pegged for May 2003.
Nearly 70 single-screen theaters in Bombay went dark Thursday as owners protested against the Maharashtra state government's new entertainment tax policy that gives multiplexes a three-year tax…
Nordisk Film and Danish pubcaster TV2 will co-produce four low-budget features.
Post-production house Laser-Pacific Media has posted record second-quarter earnings for the period ended June 30 thanks to a surge in film productions earlier in the year in preparation for…
United Artists Theaters posted a narrowed second-quarter loss of $800,000 on Thursday as the Denver-based exhib trumpeted efforts to spruce up restructured operations following its recent emergence…
Speculation's heating up that somebody may take another run at breaking Mann Theaters' historic hold on L.A.'s important Westwood movie-theater market.
Execs formally announced Thursday that James Cameron will partner with Walden Media on "Ghosts of the Abyss," an large-format feature to be shot in 3-D digital video (Daily Variety, June 19).
United Intl. Pictures has picked up U.K. theatrical rights to "Nobody Someday," a rockumentary about Brit pop star Robbie Williams.
Before he returns to cyborg duty in "Terminator 3," Arnold Schwarzenegger is circling the MGM black comedy "Ump," a film that is coming together quickly with heavyweight producers behind it.
Nicholas Gregory will make his helming debut with the low-budget digital feature "Love Thy Neighbor," to be exec produced by Marshall Persinger (Showtime's "Wild Iris").
Intent on making "Shrek" one of the biggest VHS and DVD titles ever, DreamWorks has created 11 hours of extra material to go with the 90-minute film on a double-disc DVD version, including 15 minutes…