Nicole Kidman has dropped out of Lars von Trier's "Manderlay," the second movie in the planned "U.S.A." trilogy that kicked off with this year's Cannes entry "Dogville."
New York Women in Film & Television has named Linda Kahn as president, replacing former prexy Marcie L. Setlow.
Only seven months into 2003, Warner Bros. Pictures Intl. has surpassed the billion-dollar mark, with a year-to-date foreign box office of $1.012 billion.
Miramax Films made a preemptive deal with Archie Comics Entertainment to team on "Betty & Veronica," a live-action film based on the blond and brunette sirens from the 60-year-old comic series.
Jorge Peregrino, VP sales & marketing Latin America at UIP, will be honored at ShowEast 2003 for outstanding achievement in international distribution, organizers said Tuesday.
Getting deep into credit card debt: $20,000. Getting a book and movie deal for doing so: Priceless. Karyn Bosnak, the high-living twentysomething ex-Manhattanite who gained notoriety for her lack of…
Jim Stern's Endgame Entertainment has become co-financier of "Five Children and It," an adaptation of the Edith Nesbit novel that just started production.
When they created the visuals for the precognitive crime scenes in Steven Spielberg's "Minority Report," Kurt Mattila and Matt Checkowski had premonitions that good things would result. Sure enough…
Jesse Dylan ("American Wedding") is in negotiations to direct "Let's Make Friends," a comedy about male bonding being produced by De Line Pictures for Paramount.
Paramount has tapped Brit thesp Sienna Miller to star opposite Jude Law in its untitled remake of "Alfie," the 1966 romantic comedy that toplined Michael Caine.
Some 15 years after he first fell in love with H.G. Bissinger's 1990 high school football chronicle "Friday Night Lights," Imagine chairman Brian Grazer has found a quarterback in Peter Berg.