Former CAA agent Jay Moloney was found dead in his home early Tuesday, just two days after turning 35. He had hanged himself.
"Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Roman Holiday" and "The Wild Bunch" are among 25 films to be added to the National Film Registry, where they will be preserved for all time.
Fresh from kneading "American Pie" into dough for Universal, helmers Chris and Paul Weitz are now attached to direct their script "I Was Made to Love Her" for Paramount Pictures.
Sony Pictures Family Entertainment has bitten on Nicolas Falacci and Cheryl Heuton's script pitch about animals that served with American troops during World War II.
Oscar winning actress Holly Hunter has joined the cast of Mike Figgis' "Time Code 2000" for Columbia.
Janet McTeer and Richard Farnsworth, two thesps already generating Oscar buzz, received top acting prizes Friday at the 14th annual Fort Lauderdale Film Festival.
European Union Cinema Day on Tuesday will feature a series of initiatives to help bolster local filmmaking.
An apparent bid to censor a pic ridiculing the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) during the fourth French Film Festival here has backfired.
After a long run at Disney with "Home Improvement," Tim Allen is getting serious about shaping his movie future.
Destination Films has preemptively taken North American rights to the Neverland Films- produced movie "Cowboy Up."
Wow bows by "Tarzan" in German-speaking territories and Scandinavia, "The Sixth Sense" in the U.K. (and its runaway biz in other markets) and "Stigmata" in Mexico energized the weekend overseas B.O.