Nearly 31 years after his death, martial arts star Bruce Lee's feature films have received a complete audiovisual makeover and will be packaged together for the first time.
Eurotrack: Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the success or failure of this year's Cannes Film Fest will be measured in a dozen ways -- all depending on whose eyes are focused on the…
London Eye: Despite being owned by a publishing group with little stomach for the movie business, Spanish distrib Aurum rode the storms buffeting its territory in the past couple of years better than…
Talk about keeping an eye on the ball. The widespread DVD piracy in England of anew film about soccer hooliganism has generated a cult following that may hurt box office prospects -- or inadvertently…
It's heat-and-dust season in north India -- the trying summer months before the monsoon marked by white-hot temperatures, frayed tempers and windstorms that sandblast already wilting humans on the…
Traditionally, April has been the slowest month of the year at the box office. But don't tell that to distribs who just finished a record-breaking April, as well as one of the most grueling.
Expectations among exhibs just before "Val Helsing" rolled out in 40 territories over the weekend were pretty lofty if not sky high, although many believe it'll take a big hit next weekend as "Troy"…
What is it about MGM takeover talk that puts pundits in a twist? Is it the sense of deja vu? The price demands? The stock's uncanny ability to rise despite the Lion's limited profits?
2004 is shaping up as a pretty good year for Domenico Procacci. In January, the Italo producer with a bent for English-language pics acquired control of the U.K.'s Civilian Content.
With twice the budget of "Manitou's Shoe," Germany's biggest domestic B.O. hit, the makers of that crowdpleaser are hoping for a similar bonanza with their next film, due to hit Teuton theaters in…