Superb bows by "Saving Private Ryan," "Dr. Dolittle" and "The Truman Show" plus classy foreign preems by Polygram's costumer "Elizabeth" highlighted another crackerjack weekend at cinemas overseas.
John Hurt, Philip Baker Hall, Elias Koteas, Leslie Stefanson, John Diehl and W. Earl Brown have joined the cast of New Line Cinema's "Lost Souls."
Illeana Douglas will star opposite Kevin Bacon in "A Stir of Echoes," the film written and directed by David Koepp for Artisan Entertainment.
Vancouver-based distrib Red Sky Entertainment has inked a sales and distribution joint-venture deal with Myriad Pictures of Los Angeles that will give Red Sky an international presence for the first…
The weather turned gloomy in parts of Europe last week while the B.O. climate overseas generally became brighter still, electrified by a bunch of U.S. live wires.
DreamWorks and PDI's "Antz" marched off with an impressive $16.8 million opening, leading a surprisingly robust October box office weekend to a nearly $90 million finish.
Miramax Films has picked up rights in all English-speaking territories except South Africa to the romantic drama "Guinevere" from Millennium Films.
Ben Stiller, the co-star of Fox's summer hit "There's Something About Mary," has been tapped to star in "Mystery Men" for Universal Pictures and Lawrence Gordon Prods.
October Films has greenlighted "Joe Gould's Secret," the next project from Stanley Tucci, whose antic comedy "The Impostors" opened this past weekend.
British-born actor Roddy McDowall, who began his career in the 1930s as a child thesp and continued working for six decades, died of cancer Saturday in Studio City. He was 70.
Disney-based producers Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry Josephson have picked up New York scribe Richard Regen's heist spec "Kill Van Kull" for a mid-six-figure pricetag.