Last January, Miramax co-chair Harvey Weinstein made USA Today reporter Andy Seiler an offer he couldn't refuse.
Tough guys are dominating Korean movies. Most are criminals and some are violent -- arousing the ire of critics, who say these characters are lousy role models who are often depicted abusing women.
In a pioneering move, Spanish cinema circuit Cinebox is establishing Latin American footholds, targeting Venezuela and Brazil.
Australian sales agents Beyond Films has used a new relationship with U.K. production house the Spice Factory to announce romantic mystery-thriller "Rogue" is still viable.
The seven Hollywood majors relished their tea break in the U.K. amid an otherwise turbulent rental year overseas. Film revenues for the seven Hollywood majors shrank almost everywhere in Europe…
As preliminary figures are being compiled for the 2000-'01 Italian theatrical season that draws to a close June 30, local film industry morale is running high for the first time in many years, with a…
Work continues on Trizec-Hahn's giant Hollywood & Highland complex, including a glitzy multiplex in the shadow of Mann's Chinese Theater.
Matthew Cramer has brought new meaning to the words "creative advertising." The director of creative advertising for Columbia Pictures was reprimanded and suspended for 30 days without pay -- along…
Disney's "Pearl Harbor" enjoyed a rare privilege on Memorial Day weekend -- it was the only opener on the schedule. In June, however, the marketplace is getting more crowded. This weekend features…
A record 5,487 entries have been submitted for this year's annual run of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowship screenwriting competish.
In a unique arrangement, MGM and UPN will split the advertising sales revenue for a Saturday afternoon block of MGM movies that will debut on UPN late this summer.