In a move that both recognizes the importance of the digital future and rewards the team behind "Spider-Man," Sony Pictures Entertainment is promoting three execs to top management posts.
"Windtalkers" repped a big thorn in the Lion's fiscal paw Tuesday, as MGM posted a broadened second-quarter loss of $121.8 million on big losses from the disappointing war pic.
Columbia Pictures has optioned Mark Costello's new novel, "Big If," for Magnet Entertainment producers Ed Saxon and Peter Saraf ("The Truth About Charlie"). Scott Burns will write the screenplay.
Gustavo Mercado is the winner of Showtime's Third annual Latino Filmmaker Showcase. His short film, "Sensitive," will be the highlight of the Showcase, which is set to air on the network during…
Universal Pictures has paid low against mid-six figures for "World's Greatest Dad," a pitch by screenwriters Lisa Addario and Joseph Syracuse.
"Hacksaw," a biographical drama to be directed by Ron Shelton, tops a development slate of a dozen projects from Pen Densham and John Watson's Trilogy Entertainment Group.
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Films from 14 Asian countries, with special emphasis on Taiwan, will unspool next month in the first Asian Film Festival, the organisers said Tuesday.
Distribber Golden Scene is suing four film exhibition companies run by Golden Harvest Entertainment Company.
The U.S. premieres of Alexander Payne's "About Schmidt" and Pedro Almodovar's "Talk to Her" will bookend the 40th annual New York Film Festival, which kicks off Sept. 27.