Underscoring Hollywood's infusion of new blood in films last year, the five nominations for Directors Guild of America honors included two first-time helmers and one freshman contender.
A wintry chill has descended on the B.O. in many territories, reflected in a slew of mediocre U.S. releases last weekend.
VISIT SUNDANCE 2000After a frenzied bidding war, Fine Line Features snatched North American rights to "Saving Grace" for $4 million. The sale is the most expensive of this year's Sundance Independent…
Miramax's "Down to You" dropped down a peg on the B.O. charts when actual weekend totals were released Monday, as New Line's "Next Friday" emerged the winner for a second straight frame.
Japanese movie distributor Gaga Communications said Monday that it will start distributing digital movies, with their first film in the format hitting a theater in Tokyo next month.
In an uncommon ShoWest plan, Fox will screen the ensemble drama "Where the Heart Is" in its entirety at the Las Vegas confab on March 8, the studio announced Monday.
Universal Pictures has begun to piece back together that befouled pie from "American Pie": The studio has tapped scribe David H. Steinberg to pen the sequel to the $100 million-grossing pic.
A slew of Oscar hopefuls began their overseas campaigns last week with decidedly mixed results while most of the B.O. action was centered around "The World Is Not Enough" and "The Sixth Sense" as biz…
There's a new lion roaring at MGM. Helmer John Woo and producing partner Terence Chang have ankled the Sony lot and signed their Lion Rock Prods. to a first-look film and television deal that will…
Debbi Morgan (“The Hurricane,” “Eve’s Bayou”) has signed to star in “Strong Medicine,” a one-hour pilot for Lifetime Television. Whoopi Goldberg will exec produce. Morgan is repped by Mitchell K…