Sony is moving forward with plans to turn its wildly popular online role-playing game "EverQuest" into a feature, tapping "300" scribe Michael Gordon to pen the adaptation.
Hollywood's fall wide releases have thus far been lackluster. But as awards season gets into full swing, some of the limited release kudos contenders are proving to be B.O. stalwarts.
New Line has hired Laeta Kalogridis ("Bionic Woman") to sink her teeth into a major overhaul of its "Darksiders" vampire tale.
The Asian Film Market, which kicks off today, isn't boasting headline-grabbing increases in participants or movies for sale.
The Israeli Film Festival will hold its 22nd edition in Gotham and will toast film and legit thesp Ron Silver, former prexy of Actors' Equity.
"Ratatouille" cooked up tasty results at the international box office, winning the weekend for the first time with $19.7 million at 3,010 playdates in 38 markets.
Radha Mitchell will star opposite Morgan Freeman and Antonio Banderas in caper drama "The Code" for Nu Image's Millennium Films.
"Hallam Foe" took the top jury prize, the Golden Hitchcock, as well as the Kodak Prize for cinematography as the 18th British Film Festival came to a close Sunday in Dinard, France.
The production companies and distrib behind "Half Nelson" are reteaming for the romantic drama "Blue Valentine," which will shoot in February.
Helmer Jarrett Schaefer's "Chapter 27," about John Lennon's assassin Mark David Chapman, won the Debut Feature prize at the third Zurich Film Festival on Saturday.
The Netherlands Film Festival's top prize, the Golden Calf for film, went to helmer Ben Sombogaart's "Kruistocht in Spijkerbroek" (Crusade in Jeans), as the fest closed on Saturday.