After more than a decade of trying, Diane English has a solid cast and an Aug. 6 start date for "The Women," the remake of the 1939 classic that she adapted and will direct.
On the heels of the breakout success of Warner's "300," Avi Lerner's Millennium Films is delving into the live-action sword-and-sandals genre, developing a Hercules feature.
Film Independent has announced that "Transformers" will hold its Los Angeles premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 27.
For anyone tracking the Latino presence on television, May was a zero-sum month. First, ABC canceled long-running sitcom "George Lopez," prompting its titular star to complain, "TV just became…
The Alma Awards, which began in 1995 as the Bravo Awards, may not have the cachet or name recognition of the NAACP Image or GLAAD Awards, but their purpose is just as important: to celebrate the…
Who knew the Memorial Day weekend would turn out so tumultuous? Rosie O'Donnell didn't care for the heat and got out of "The View" kitchen, and Lindsay Lohan spent two days on the front pages -- a…
Pianist and arranger George Greeley, who composed the theme for "My Favorite Martian," died of emphysema May 26 in Sherman Oaks, Calif. He was 89.
Producer-distributor Peace Arch Entertainment, the company behind Showtime limited series "The Tudors," is partnering with Reader's Digest and Fox Home Entertainment to make "Ace of Hearts," a movie…
QED Intl., Bill Block's year-old financing and international sales company, has secured a $50 million credit facility from Comerica Bank and British hedge fund Aramid Entertainment.
Morgan Freeman has been tapped to host the 10th installment of AFI's annual movie countdown series.
Constantin Film has come aboard "Faubourg 36," the latest project by director Christophe Barratier and producer Jacques Perrin, who made the 2004 hit "The Chorus."