Warner Home Video has greenlit a second wave of "Raw Feed" fare.
ThinkFilm has nabbed debut helmer Stuart Townsend's "Battle in Seattle."
New Line has signed Terry Zwigoff to direct "The $40,000 Man," a comedy spoof set up with Benderspink.
Warner Bros. is teaming again with "Harry Potter" producer David Heyman to bring another British kids classic to the bigscreen -- "Paddington Bear."
Danish helmer Susanne Bier has signed on to direct the dramedy "Lost for Words" for Working Title Films.
Ricky Strauss stands at the top of the escalator at Toronto's Varsity Cinemas, surrounded by a circle of well-wishers. Tall and charismatic, he's not a movie star. But as president of production at…
As the 32nd Toronto Film Festival heads into its Saturday closing, it seems clear that the event was a big success as a launch pad for fall films -- but as a center of hot deals, not so much.
By the end of this weekend, Al Gore will have completed what could be described as the Hollywood loop: He will have been to the Grammys, the Oscars and, on Sunday, the Emmys.
Lee Chang-dong's "Secret Sunshine," Korea's entry in the the foreign-language film Oscar race, will close the Tokyo Filmex film festival, fest officials announced on Thursday. Lee will chair the…
Jodie Foster returns to the bigscreen this weekend as a vigilante in Neil Jordan's "The Brave One," which Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures bow in 2,755 locations.
"Wit licht" (White Light), by Jean van de Velde, and "Joe Speedboot" (Joe Speedboat), by Andre van Duren, will receive this year's Telescoop awards, the largest production subsidy offered by the…