Gramercy's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" hit the exclusives bull's eye during its first outing.
FROM SHOWESTHollywood's current obsession with youth-oriented pictures is right on target, demographically speaking, according to a broad new survey of moviegoing habits that ACNielsen EDI will…
FROM SHOWESTLambasting the sorry state of feature film finance, Fox Entertainment chairman and chief executive officer Bill Mechanic told 650 ShoWest delegates Monday that $20 million/20% gross…
After years of talking about producing its own features, special effects giant Digital Domain has chosen the Japan-based romance drama "A Thousand Cranes" as its first pic.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to dismiss filmmaker Oliver Stone from a lawsuit that alleges the Warner Bros. film "Natural Born Killers" inspired a couple to shoot a woman during a robbery.
In a so-so frame at the overseas box office, "Shakespeare in Love," "Payback," "You've Got Mail" and "The Thin Red Line" provided the lion's share of the action.
Traditionally, there's a moment when the annual Oscar nominees lunch transforms into something like an old-time temperance meeting. There's the preacher, the corrosive social ill and The Pledge to be…
Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas were among the Hispanic thesps recognized with Alma Award nominations from the National Council of La Raza advocacy org.
Financially strapped Japanese major Shochiku plans to cut the number of films it produces and eliminate its distribution network for domestic films as part of a restructuring plan.
Every artist has a moment early in their career that, without knowing it at the time, serves as a symbol for the rest of their lives.