Fresh from releasing Mounir El Motassadeq, the only person convicted for involvement in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Teuton legal system now is concentrating on important matters -- like…
An equitable ratings system and better support for the film industry are two of the provisos in a new motion picture bill proposed in Thailand.
Cannes Fest artistic director Thierry Fremaux, in his third year in the job and his first in full charge of the selection reins, is under the gun like never before.
It's normally France which squares off with the U.S. over film and TV. But some Trans-Atlantic rumbles have moved south. In Spain, tensions are brewing on several fronts:
Is James L. Brooks' "Spanglish" lost in translation? Sony Pictures spent half a dozen years waiting for Brooks to find a new project after 1997's "As Good As It Gets."
by ADAM DAWTREY After making her first Western film with the wife, Aishwarya Rai is poised to make her second with the husband. The Bollywood megastar and former Miss World has just finished Gurinder…
The Easter vacation was a bountiful B.O. harvest in most territories with the notable exceptions of the U.K. and ailing Germany. The biggest beneficiaries were "The Passion of the Christ,"…
After more than three years of delays, jury selection begins April 20 in Intertainment's $100 million lawsuit against Franchise Entertainment. The dismal B.O. perf of Franchise's most recent pic…
Yippee-kai-yi-yikes. Disney's "The Alamo," which carries the now-unfortunate tagline "You Will Never Forget," cost north of $100 million, but scored only $9.1 million in its opening weekend.
Fears that "The Passion of the Christ" would inflame passions worldwide turned out to be overblown.