Germany's second-largest film festival, the Munich Film Fest, wrapped its 25th edition June 30 with an emphasis on honoring filmmakers it had showcased over the years.
The third time really has been the charm so far this summer at the international box office. Three franchises in their third iteration -- Sony's "Spider-Man," Paramount's "Shrek" and Disney's…
Mohsen Makhmalbaf and his family have had a rough few months. The March 27 bomb attack on the Afghan set of daughter Samira Makhmalbaf's "Two-Legged Horse" only narrowly avoided killing any of the…
"Good Morning America" movie critic and entertainment editor Joel Siegel died Friday in New York of colon cancer. He was 63. Siegel, who was diagnosed six years ago and then wrote a popular book as a…
Jim Carrey will play Ebenezer Scrooge plus the three ghosts that haunt him in "A Christmas Carol," an adaptation of the Charles Dickens tale that Robert Zemeckis wrote and will direct for Walt Disney…
The Brits and the French agree on one thing: Bruce Willis still has what it takes.
The Venice Film Festival has selected Chinese actioner "Blood Brothers," from first-time helmer Alexi Tan, as the closer for its 64th edition.
An Iranian feature film and an Israeli documentary are among five projects receiving coin from the Berlinale's World Cinema Fund. The WCF helps finance pics in Africa, Central Asia, Latin America and…
Entertainment Film Distributors has acquired U.K. rights to AV Pictures' thriller "The Tournament." Lensing starts July 11 in Bulgaria.
Literary critic Cesar Antonio Molina will replace Carmen Calvo as Spain's new minister of culture.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has raised Euros 70 million ($95 million) in a heavily oversubscribed IPO that sees around 21% of the company listed on the stock market Friday.