TNT’s “Witchblade” was not basic cable’s highest-rated summer drama series launch. The show had a 2.7 rating, or 2.185 million homes. Information was incorrect in Thursday’s paper. * * * Walter…
Donna Langley, senior VP of production at New Line Cinema, is ankling the company at the end of the month and is expected to join Universal Pictures as senior VP of production.
John Wells Prods. has optioned the Peter Moore Smith novel "Raveling" as a vehicle for Julianne Moore to topline and exec produce. The film will be directed by Bart Freundlich, who'll adapt the novel.
Disney's latest traditional-look toon feature will do battle with DreamWorks' computer-animated smash "Shrek" this weekend, as "Atlantis: The Lost Empire" rises in 3,011 theaters after surfacing at…
Fox Searchlight has signed on for sci-fi thriller "28 Days Later" with director Danny Boyle ("Trainspotting") attached. Separately, Searchlight is in final negotiations with Jim Sheridan ("The…
"Shrek" producer John Williams is bringing his fairy tale touch to Berlin, inking a multipic production and development agreement with local animator Greenlight Media.
Masato Harada's "Inugami" won the jury prize for best feature film and Michael Kalesniko's "How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog" won the Joe Jarvis audience choice award for best film at the fourth…
The DVD picture keeps getting brighter, with "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and "Cast Away" setting new benchmarks for their respective studios this month.
The Danish film industry is on the verge of bankruptcy, according to a report commissioned by the Assn. of Danish Film Producers.
Cinecitta Studios has pacted for exclusive management rights to 2,500 acres of land near Bracciano Lake, 25 miles from Rome, as a natural backlot for film, television and commercial productions.
Directors Guild of America prexy Jack Shea has commended Artisan Entertainment for yanking a print of Wayne Wang's "The Center of the World" from a Cincinnati theater that edited the pic without…