20th Century Fox has acquired feature rights to the life simulation computer game "The SIMS" from Electronic Arts, and has set project up with Fox-based John Davis.
Everyone seems to agree that there have been quite a few fine films at the Cannes Film Festival this year. What they entirely can't agree upon is which films they are.
Gallic helmer Mathieu Kassovitz will make his first animated film "The Beast," which will deal with the Holocaust, on the heels of completing Vin Diesel starrer "Babylon AD."
Sandra Bullock has been tapped to star in Touchstone Pictures' romantic comedy "The Proposal." Mandeville's David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman are producing; Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will exec…
A long, long time ago -- back in the early 1990s -- as CGI technology advanced and was able to more perfectly render natural motion picture images, a wave of anxiety swept through an industry long…
In 1950, at the age of 9, Jeannie Epper performed her first stunt driving a team of horses in an old Western. Nearly 60 years later, she's still at it -- most recently, in the comedy "Blades of…
Honored by the Taurus World Stunt Awards for lifetime achievement as an action star, Burt Reynolds in his a heyday produced plenty of bones -- both the money kind and the broken variety -- for the…
After the high-profile pickups of "We Own the Night" and "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," the 60th edition of Cannes left a few appetizing morsels on the table. Several more pacts are likely to…
Business was locked in slo-mo for Korean sales companies this week in Cannes. Most confessed to having had a miserable time, despite their high-profile booths and well-backed promotion campaigns.
Miramax Films has won the bidding war for Julian Schnabel's French-language "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," paying between $2 million and $3 million for North American rights.