While Woody Allen's "Celebrity" makes its North American premiere as the opening night film of the 36th New York Film Festival tonight at Lincoln Center, Allen will be in a Queens garbage dump, on…
Spain's leading film service company, Madrid-based KanZaman, is moving into English-lingo film production with a 1999 slate which immediately makes it as one of Spain's most ambitious and…
Makers of documentary films must submit entry forms and supporting documents to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences by Oct. 1 if they want to be considered for Oscars next March.
Although he's best known for playing leading man, nice-guy roles, Robert Wagner has taken starring roles in two movies, playing unsavory types in both.
The eighth annual Independent Producers Series will kick off Oct. 7 with an evening devoted to Christine Vachon, whose credits include "Safe," "I Shot Andy Warhol," "Poison" and the forthcoming…
Robin Tunney -- who most recently co-starred in the indie drama "Niagara, Niagara" -- is in negotiations to star opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in Beacon Communications/Universal Pictures' "End of…
Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, who has been much in demand since her performance as the swashbuckling beauty in "The Mask of Zorro," is in advanced talks to star in DreamWorks' "The Haunting of…
Mel Gibson and Bruce Davey's Icon Prods. are in talks with Paramount Pictures to develop and co-finance a feature version of '60s sitcom "Hogan's Heroes" as a starring vehicle for Gibson.
Gwyneth Paltrow and her director father Bruce will attempt to croon "Duets" once again, this time for Buena Vista Film Sales.
Summit Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights outside Italy to Gianni Amelio's "The Way We Laughed," the controversial winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Intl. Film Festival this year.
After weeks of rumors that he might be benched on Warner Bros.' Oliver Stone-helmed "Any Given Sunday," rap artist Sean "Puffy" Combs has ankled the pro pigskin pic over scheduling conflicts.