The New Yorker is going to the movies, with a new 18-film series at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater. Event will kick off with the premiere of Woody Allen's "Sweet and Lowdown" on Nov. 20.
Will Helmer John Madden ever contemplate contemporary life? Perhaps, but his current triad of projects under development would indicate otherwise.
New Line Pictures has picked up the rights to fast-food comedy "Burger Wuss," the new novel from author M.T. Anderson.
Artisan Entertainment's new inhouse licensing and merchandising division is adding 18 domestic and international licensing deals for "The Blair Witch Project."
Michael Rapaport has signed on to the Par/DreamWorks comedy “Numbers” for director Nora Ephron. Rapaport joins Tim Roth, John Travolta and Lisa Kudrow in the Adam Resnick-penned film about a lottery…
Morgan Creek Prods. has tapped Tom McLoughlin to direct "Exorcist: Dominion," the prequel to the Exorcist saga. McLoughlin is the director of such films as "One Dark Night," "Steven King's Sometimes…
The tagline for the 1958 Vincent Price chiller "House on Haunted Hill" promised auds "the 13 greatest shocks of all time!" Over the weekend, showbiz got the 14th: Warner Bros.' remake of the William…
Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment are finalizing a deal with "The Iron Giant" helmer Brad Bird to develop the feature version of "Curious George."
Tales of wildlife movement from the islands of the Galapagos, child abduction and a revisionist take on the murder of JFK took center stage Friday at the 15th annual Intl. Documentary Awards, held at…
Mighty Mouse House distrib BVI dominated a mixed frame, raking in well over $40 million this past week with a swag of record international bows, matched only by "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom…
"Not of This World," directed and co-written by Italian filmmaker Giuseppe Piccioni, won the grand jury prize Friday at the conclusion of the 13th annual AFI Los Angeles Intl. Film Festival.