IMMI Pictures has purchased attorney David Marlett's script "Of Kings and Cowboys" for mid-six figures.
After scoring a solid victory as a rental, Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan" plans to conquer the sell-through market on Nov. 2 as a limited edition.
In a major reshuffle of DreamWorks' top ranks, co-owner Jeffrey Katzenberg will become the studio's interim head of production, replacing Bob Cooper, the former TriStar Pictures president who has…
Stephen Kay, who made his helming debut with the 1997 Sundance entry "The Last Time I Committed Suicide," will direct Sylvester Stallone in the remake of the classic British gangster thriller "Get…
Phil Barlow, recently upped to the newly created post of executive veep of the Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group, has been tapped to receive the 1999 Show 'E' Award, Oct. 21, at the ShowEast…
Telefilm producer Arthur Axelman has inked a development deal with Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment.
Echoing the criticism the Los Angeles Films Critics Assn. fired at the Motion Picture Assn. of America and Warner Bros. last week, 28 members of the New York Film Critics Circle have railed against…
Recently launched production and distribution entity Tsunami Entertainment has started production on its first project, "The Spreading Ground," starring Dennis Hopper.
Disney and Nicolas Cage's Saturn Films are falling for the pitch "Love on the Run." Disney is close to buying the comedy pitch for a mid-six against high-six figures.
Nicolas Cage is in negotiations with Universal Pictures and Beacon Communications to star in "Family Man" under "Rush Hour" director Brett Ratner's helm.
It was the hottest June in 27 years at the U.K. box office, thanks to "Notting Hill," "The Matrix" and "The Mummy."