Finnish director Klaus Haro's feature debut, "Elina," which won the Crystal Bear at the Berlinale's Kinderfilmfest last month and best feature at Montreal Intl. Children's Film Festival last week…
A web of intrigue enveloped Tobey Maguire Monday as word circulated that he may not be back as Peter Parker in Columbia Pictures' "The Amazing Spider-Man," the sequel to the top film of 2002 that…
All systems are go for the Sunday night Oscars -- at least for now. Monday afternoon, Oscarcast producer Gil Cates issued a statement: "The Academy Awards are scheduled to proceed Sunday the 23rd at…
Writer-director Dylan Kidd, who turned critics' heads and won a string of prizes last year with his savvy debut comedy "Roger Dodger," will make his second feature, "P.S.," for Gotham-based…
Peter Howitt is near a deal to direct "Laws of Attraction," the romantic comedy to star Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore.
"Girlfight" writer-director Karyn Kusama is the leading candidate to helm Paramount and MTV Films' "Aeon Flux," the live-action feature version of MTV's futuristic cable series.
Producers Galt Niederhoffer and Celine Rattray have acquired rights to develop a feature from the life story of self-styled mobster Michael Pellegrino, a small-time Chicago crook who spun his…
Sogecable distribution company Sogepaq has licensed smash B.O. hit "Mortadelo and Filemon" to Art Port in Japan and Apex in Korea, following a German-language rights deal with the Falcom Media Group.
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The U.K.'s theatrical distributors spent £255 million ($408 million) on prints and advertising in 2002, roughly equal to box office rentals earnings.