What were the chances? Twentieth Century Fox marketing and distribution execs are surely asking themselves that question as the fatal sniper shootings pile up in Washington D.C., Maryland and…
Paul W.S. Anderson is penning and will produce the second installment of summer's surprise hit, the vidgame-based "Resident Evil."
Industry Entertainment has inked a three-year, first-look feature production deal with Warner Bros. The management and production boutique, whose clients include Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst and…
Regency Enterprises has invited over "The Girl Next Door" for Luke Greenfield ("The Animal") to direct.
"Gangs of New York" is on the move ... again.
Parker Posey will present the winners of the sixth annual Grand Marnier film fellowship Sunday evening as part of the New York Film Festival's closing-night events.
Arnold and Anne Kopelson's Paramount-based shingle, Kopelson Entertainment, has upped Sherryl Clark to exec VP of production.
"Birth," a Jonathan Glazer project that was to be financed by Regency Enterprises, has been reborn at Fine Line Features.
Like so many bugs splattered on a windshield, this weekend's five wide openers and half-dozen limited releases will make themselves noticed but pose no real threat of major impact.
Studio exhib relation units are famously overworked and underappreciated, and hard economic times have further crimped their style, industryites say.
A top specialty exec Thursday noted a perilous downside to the current upsurge in independent film distribution.