SCARED SILLY Horror-thrillers and comedies are two genres that have competed closely for autumn auds, the latter having the upper hand with $290 million this year – 46% more than…
Breaking his long silence on the screener controversy, Miramax Films co-chairman Harvey Weinstein voiced his concerns about the compromise solution Thursday, calling on the MPAA and the studios to…
A week after the Big Decision, many studios are still very quiet about the next decision. As of Thursday, Disney, New Line, Paramount, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. hadn't announced which films…
Dimension Films just rode a winning horse called "Scary Movie 3" that left a Revolution Studios rival in the dust and paid off with a $48.1 million opening weekend. Now, the studio is entering a…
Warner Bros. Pictures has hired the writing team of Matthew Berry and Eric Abrams to pen the live-action feature adaptation of Cartoon Network's "Johnny Bravo," with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson…
Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are planning to reprise their roles in a sequel to "The Mask of Zorro."
Todd Field is developing "Back Roads," based on the bestselling novel by Tawni O'Dell, for DreamWorks Pictures with an eye to possibly direct.
"Confidence" director James Foley has signed on to direct a biopic about thesp Montgomery Clift. Vince Newman and Tucker Tooley's Newman/Tooley Films will produce the pic.
Regency Enterprises has sealed a deal with "Madeline" scribes Jennifer Flackett and Mark Levin to write and direct their new script, tentatively titled "Flowergirl."
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Richard Belzer to host its DGA Honors gala Nov. 16 at the Waldorf Astoria, with Julianne Moore and SAG prexy Melissa Gilbert as presenters.
Crime caper "Gettin' Square" nabbed 14 noms in the Australian Film Institute's 2003 AFI awards Friday, equalling the record set in 1978 by director Phil Noyce's "Newsfront."