The ninth edition of Nice USA, an annual bicoastal independent Italian film showcase, gets under way Nov. 11 in New York with a restored version of Pier Paolo Pasolini's classic drama "Mamma Roma,"…
After inking licensing deals for videogame makers to develop titles based on its famed Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck characters, Winnie the Pooh, Mulan and Doug are also going digital for Disney.
Peri Gilpin will join Kenneth Branagh and Robin Wright Penn in the comedy “How to Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog,” directed by Michael Kalesniko. Lynn Redgrave also signed on earlier this week. Lensing is…
Anthony Hopkins may want to share a fine Chianti with his "Silence of the Lambs" co-star Jodie Foster, as the Oscar winner joins the roster of celebs saluting the actress-filmmaker at the American…
Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney are near a deal to option nonfiction paranormal tale "Beware the Night" by active-duty police officer Ralph Sarchie and journo Lisa Collier Cool for the Mouse House-based…
Artisan Entertainment has signed a two-year, first-look deal with producer Greg Silverman.
Jonathan Tydor has been tapped to helm "The King's Guard" for Shoreline Entertainment.
John Hughes ("Home Alone," "101 Dalmatians") has committed to produce a script penned by his son, James, for the Walt Disney Co.
In the latest financing and distribution mutation of Robert Redford's period golf drama "The Legend of Bagger Vance," 20th Century Fox is close to acquiring international distribution rights to the…
David Kirkpatrick, former president of Paramount's motion picture group, will produce "The Whole Shebang," a romantic comedy starring Stanley Tucci and Bridget Fonda.
Having just wrapped "The Next Best Thing" with Rupert Everett, Madonna is on to the next thing, agreeing to star in "Quadrille," an adaptation of the Noel Coward play scripted by Wesley Moore.
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