Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" has scored the highest ever U.K. opening by a documentary, grossing £158,000 ($250,000) from 28 screens.
Neil Tolkin is negotiating to rewrite "Iron Man," Universal's biopic about Olympian athlete and track star Lou Zamperini, who earned his nickname by withstanding the cruel torture of a Japanese POW…
Borrowing heavily from "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," John Bradshaw's "Triggermen," a late, lame entry in the comic assassin genre, offers up a couple of two-bit limey con artists passing as…
An Italian "Home Alone," "Our Tropical Island" strands an entire dysfunctional family in the basement of their home for a two-week "vacation" in a desperate ploy to hide their bankruptcy from…
Autobiographical debut feature from writer/director/actor/producer Ghazi Albuliwi provides an insightful look into identity crises of young Arab-Americans as Middle Eastern tensions heighten. Shot…
The race for the biggest DVD of the fourth quarter appears closer than ever. Although no official numbers are available and studios decline to give specific sales figures, Fox's "Star Wars: Episode…
MGM and Ashok Amritraj's Hyde Park Entertainment have acquired thriller pitch "Endgame" and teamed with John Woo and Terence Chang's Lion Rock Prods. to develop and produce the project.
Jon Lucas and Scott Moore have landed a six-figure deal from Warner Bros. for their spec "Game of Life," a film that will be produced by Jon Shestack.
"City of God," Brazil's entry in this year's foreign-lingo Oscar race, picked up the audience award for international feature film at AFI Fest 2002.
Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia will make its first foray into local language production in Korea to develop a Korean-language remake of David Mamet's "Things Change," in collaboration with…
Stapleton Studios, the ambitious Staten Island studio project backed by actor Danny Aiello, has become mired in murky legal waters in its battle to secure a long-term lease from New York City's…