Henry Winterstern’s First Look Studios has picked up the film rights to “The Three Stooges,” but bringing Larry, Moe and Curly to the bigscreen will be no laughing matter. In development for years…
Universal Pictures has acquired “Secret Agent Men,” a buddy action comedy pitch to be developed as a directing vehicle for John Hamburg. Hamburg hatched the idea and developed the story with Scott…
The 2006 AFI Fest will close with the world preem of writer-director Zhang Yimou's "Curse of the Golden Flower." Pic, which stars Chow Yun Fat and Gong Li, recently was selected as China's entry for…
Random House Films has set the next project on its development slate, optioning Ross McDonald's "The Galton Case" from publisher's own backlist.
Lucasfilm has won a $20 million judgment against British firm Shepperton Design Studios and its owner, Andrew Ainsworth, over pirated "Star Wars" merchandise.
The Multicultural Motion Picture Assn. will honor director Michael Mann and NBC Entertainment at the 2006 Diversity Awards.
In New York -- Picture it: Paris, 1912, the Left Bank. In one dilapidated apartment complex lived five young men, struggling artists, all convinced of their own particular genius, all sharing ideas…
The National Film Preservation Foundation has announced the preservation of its 1,000th pic, William Desmond Taylor's "Huckleberry Finn."
The presentation of Pedro Almodovar's "Volver" at the New York Film Festival on Saturday captured the fest's two faces: the autumn hype aimed at the Gotham media that can catapult an arthouse…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences board of governors has granted branch status to the roughly 120 makeup artists and hairstylists who are Acad members-at-large.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has narrowed the documentary short-subject Oscar race to eight films.