Neil Gaiman accepted an invitation to shadow director Guillermo del Toro on set in Budapest in June. Saying yes was a no-brainer. He slid both book and script drafts aside and committed two weeks to…
Ten projects fans are most excited to see: Indiana Jones, Star Trek 11, Watchmen, The Dark Knight, Beowulf, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, I Am Legend, The Golden Compass, The Mist.
Film shingle and comicbook publisher Dark Horse announced it will bring back the classic properties "Creepy" and "Eerie." Dark Horse will publish both catalog material and new titles; it will mine…
Veteran newsman Ted Koppel will receive a lifetime achievement award at the News and Documentary Emmys on Sept. 24.
In a continued restructuring of ICM's film department, Carol Bodie has stepped down from her post as head of motion picture talent and Toni Howard has been appointed to replace her.
The summer of 2007 has lived up to its promise on the international side, validating the big bets placed by studios on mega-franchises.
Rpin Suwannath will make his directorial debut in Walden Media's adaptation of John Christopher novel "The Lotus Caves."
Summit Entertainment has decided to go "Mental," acquiring the comedy screenplay by Bear Aderhold and Tom Sullivan and setting it up with Mandalay Pictures.
Warner Bros. has landed its Watchmen: Billy Crudup, Patrick Wilson and Matthew Goode have gotten their hooks into Zack Snyder's adaptation of the iconic "Watchmen" comicbook.
USA Network has anted up $26 million to Warner Bros. Domestic Cable for "Ocean's Thirteen," "License to Wed" and "Blood Diamond" in the network window.
Osian's, an Indian arts/entertainment conglom involved in pic exhibition and production, has launched a film fund for fledgling helmers, chairman Neville Tuli announced Thursday.