Never one to force his will in Hollywood, Ron Howard decided to use some of the clout he had earned over decades in the television and movie business for something quite personal.
The Chicago Film Critics Assn. has named Disney/Pixar's "Wall-E" the best pic of 2008. In addition to top honors, the toon also picked up prizes for original screenplay (Andrew Stanton and Jim…
Hailed as a historic decision, France's parliament has greenlit new 20% tax rebates for U.S. and other foreign shoots in France.
The Rome Film Festival is being hit by a draconian funding slash set to shrink its formerly robust $24 million budget to a maximum of $15 million, in a move that rekindles questions about the future…
Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" heads the field with six noms for the London Film Critics' Circle Awards, which take place Feb. 4 at London's Grosvenor House Hotel as a fund-raiser for the…
That's Hollywood for you. One day, there's infighting at the Screen Actors Guild -- and the next, the org's patting itself on the back. • Gallery: TV nominees • Gallery: Film nominees
Gold Circle Films has acquired "Naked," a comic script about an insurance salesman who vows to run from Santa Monica to Studio City to prove himself to his wife and save their failing marriage.
Adam Shankman is taking to the high notes and to the high seas for his next two helming projects.
New Regency has snapped up Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett's original pitch "The Family Hitchcock," which they will write, direct and produce.
Barry Sonnenfeld will direct and produce action comedy "The How-To Guide for Saving the World" from BenDavid Grabinski's script.
After a slew of festivals and a Gotham bow, "The Wrestler" crew faced its final round of red-carpet preems Tuesday by taking on perhaps its toughest match -- an industry crowd at the Academy theater.