MGM has tapped thesps-turned-scribes Mark Famiglietti and Lane Garrison to pen horror comedy "Succubus," based on an idea by "Daredevil" director Mark Steven Johnson.
United Artists is in final negotiations to finance and distribute actor-turned-director Tony Goldwyn's drama "Evening," from Hart Sharp Entertainment.
The producers of Hollywood pic "House of Wax" got more fireworks than they'd bargained for when flames destroyed the soundstage where they were shooting Saturday night at the Warner Roadshow Studios…
Judge Anthony Scirica was the dissenting judge in the U.S. Appeals Court’s decision on the FCC’s media ownership rules. Information was incorrect in Friday’s paper. * * * Cheryl Guerriero and Anna…
"Fahrenheit 9/11" went a long way toward recouping its expenses this weekend, and with a wide expansion of runs in the works over the next 10 days, an eventual domestic cume approaching $100 million…
It was a weekend of milestones abroad as "Shrek 2," "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" and "The Day After Tomorrow" set various company and industry benchmarks.
Writer-director Ferenc Toth took home top honors -- the $50,000 Target Filmmaker Award -- for his feature "Unknown Soldier" as the 10th annual Los Angeles Film Fest came to a conclusion Saturday…
Jack Valenti has a message for people who secretly videotape movies from the bigscreen: Make my day.
Top honors at the 26th Moscow Intl. Film Festival went resoundingly to local product, bolstering the notion that Russia's film business is returning to a position of strength in the world industry.
The Hollywood Film Festival has formed an alliance with Film Threat and its founder Chris Gore as part of the fest's focus this year on the horror, sci-fi and fantasy genres.
The New York Times has lured film critic Manohla Dargis away from the Los Angeles Times, but her cool feelings about Gotham mean she'll stay on the West Coast, boosting the Gray Lady's Hollywood…