Some studio execs may be wondering why they even bother making anything other than low-budget teen movies, as youngsters once again dominated the nation's box office over the weekend.
Orlando Jones, most noted for his stint on Fox's "Mad TV," has joined Tom Cruise, Julianne Moore and William H. Macy in New Line's drama "Magnolia," which recently began shooting in Los Angeles.
Robin Williams, Helen Hunt, Kim Basinger and Gloria Stuart will be presenters at the upcoming Screen Actors Guild awards. All four were winners last year.
Nicolas Cage, who dropped out of Beacon Pictures' "Family Man," has committed to another $20 million payday with the remake of the actioner "Gone in 60 Seconds" for producer Jerry Bruckheimer at…
"Three Seasons," Tony Bui's hauntingly poetic vision of contemporary Vietnam, was the big winner of the 1999 Sundance Film Festival, becoming the first film in fest history to snare both the grand…
An injection of fresh blood brought badly needed vitality to some ailing foreign territories last weekend, highlighted by "The Waterboy's" smash debut in Australia, "The Siege" storming Germany…
Freddie Prinze Jr. ("She's All That") will star in Miramax's "Down to You," the feature film debut of Kris Isacsson.
The Stan Margulies producers scholarship award for second-year producing fellows has been established at the American Film Institute's Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies.
A move by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences that was intended to rectify a glitch in the documentary Oscar nomination procedures has instead provoked anger in the ranks of the documentary…
The Independent Feature Project has selected 10 American indies for its third annual sidebar at the European Film Market, which runs concurrently with the Berlin Intl. Film Festival Feb. 10 to 21.
Harrison Ford will be a presenter at this year's Academy Awards.