The German city of Weisbaden is developing plans for a festival devoted to the cinema of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, provisionally set for spring 2000.
Sharon Stone is in talks to topline "Crimes of Opportunity," which will mark thesp Peter Coyote's helming and screenwriting debut.
With more than $3.1 billion generated in the domestic marketplace in the first six months of 1998, there's reason for celebration in distribution and exhibition circles.
Hot off completing the teen horror drama "Urban Legend" with Jared Leto for Phoenix Pictures and Columbia, actress Tara Reid will star in the Universal comedy "Great Falls," a teen saga about the…
Writer-director Andrew Niccol, who penned Paramount's surprise hit "The Truman Show," is in final negotiations with DreamWorks to establish a production company with the studio, under the tentative…
Whitney Houston and her BrownHouse Prods. producing partner Debra Martin Chase have teamed with "Soul Food" filmmakers George Tillman Jr.'s and Bob Teitel's State St. Pictures to develop and produce…
Black Panther-turned-screenwriter Jamal Joseph has inked to adapt the story of musical prodigy "DeWitt White" into a feature film for Cary Woods' startup film company, Independent Pictures.
Warner Bros. and producer Denise DiNovi trumped the competition by making a preemptive purchase of "The Cutout," a CIA mystery written by Francine Matthews.
Universal has purchased a comedy spec titled "Always a Bridesmaid" from the writing team of Dawn Calame and Chris Conroy, for Andrew Bergman's U-based Lobell-Bergman Prods.
It will be once more into the Jurassic breach for Universal Pictures with its announcement Monday that "Jurassic Park 3" would be headed to screens in the summer of 2000.
Rising young stars Freddy Prinze Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook will topline the teen romantic comedy "She's All That" which Miramax is readying for a mid-August shoot.