Japanese film studio Toho Co. said Tuesday that it will dust off the rubber suit and bring its version of Godzilla back to the screen in order to appease legions of fans who did not like the Sony…
A despairing Anthony Hopkins has told a British newspaper he is quitting acting for the sake of his sanity.
Mexico's Congress has unanimously passed a scaled-down version of a new film law.
"Out of Sight" helmer Steven Soderbergh is in talks to direct Universal's tentatively titled "Erin Brockovich Project," a picture Jersey Films has been developing as a starring vehicle for Julia…
BVI's "Mulan" passed $100 million overseas -- the 16th title of 1998 to pass that milestone, though the week at the overseas box office was generally mixed.
DreamWorks' "Saving Private Ryan" took its first critical beachhead Saturday, winning three prizes from the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn., including best picture. The World War II saga also received…
New York-based Foundry Film Partners has committed to invest in "Company Man" starring Douglas McGrath, Sigourney Weaver and Woody Allen.
Paramount's "Star Trek: Insurrection" rocketed to a studio-estimated $22.4 million debut, the third highest opening in the space franchise's 19-year history on the big screen.
Paramount Pictures and producer Donald DeLine completed a preemptive buy of a comic pitch by Larry Levin ("Doctor Dolittle") that the studio hopes can be converted into a vehicle that will hook a big…
Cuba opened its arms to Americans and Americans responded. Curious, intrepid and enthusiastic, the U.S. industryites who made the trek to the Havana Film Festival Dec. 1-11 found eager auds…