On Monday, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox received the best box office news since the boffo opening day of "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace": The pic's final Sunday gross of $21.9 was…
Ben Stiller and Cameron Diaz, whose hellish first date sparked belly laughs in last summer's "There's Something About Mary," may revisit the subject in DreamWorks' romantic comedy "Date School."
Tom Hanks will present the lauded documentary "Return With Honor," which premieres next month in New York and Los Angeles.
Paramount Pictures and Lynda Obst Prods. have paid a mid-six-figure sum to acquire Hunter Richards' spec script "Jack and Jill," to which Nicolas Cage is attached as star.
Royal Pictures has signed Nick Corri and Laura Herring to topline "Calle Ocho," a $5.5 million romantic drama that's set for a July 12 start.
Further stepping up its ambitions for Europe, Ster Century -- the European trading brand of South African cinema operator Ster Kinekor -- has unveiled plans to build just under 100 screens in Spain.
The sleepy spring B.O. overseas finally sprang to life over the weekend, powered by the world preem of "Notting Hill," the first international engagements for "EDtv" and the continued rollouts of…
In what might be Oscar's swan song performance in downtown Los Angeles, the 1999 Academy Awards will be presented at the Shrine Auditorium Sunday, March 26, 2000.
The opportunities for aging Hollywood may be shrinking, but vet scribes showed off their creative muscle last week at a Writers Guild of America-sponsored new work showcase.
Despite distribution terms that initially alarmed theater owners, Disney likely will secure at least 60-70 bookings in Imax theaters worldwide for the Jan. 1 opening of "Fantasia 2000."
Kevin Smith's "Dogma" turned out to be less controversial than some detractors prematurely predicted it would be, but its unspooling midnight Friday at the Cannes Film Festival did cause something of…