Records tumbled around the world last weekend as "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" and "Spider-Man" posted phenomenal figures overseas.
Gabriel Mann has signed a two-picture deal with RKO Pictures chairman-CEO Ted Hartley that will launch with him toplining a remake of RKO's 1945 thriller "The Brighton Strangler."
Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of Disney's upcoming laffer "Bad Company," has been named to receive the Albert R. Broccoli Award of Excellence at Cinema Expo this year.
Julianne Moore will be honored at this fall's IFP Gotham Awards ceremony.
Theater helmer Michael Meredith's tyro film effort takes six interwoven stories loosely adapted from Chekov and soaks them in equal measures of rain, jazz and bathos. "Rain" strives for a…
"Spider-Man" opens in India this week with a record 250 prints -- further proof that Hollywood is making inroads into traditionally Bollywood domain.
It's been 26 years since the end of the Cultural Revolution, but for Chinese filmmakers, the reign of Chairman Mao Tse-tung remains a hot political topic.
London- and Los Angeles-based producers Marc and Peter Samuelson have unveiled a slate of American and British movies to shoot in the coming year, with directors including Robin Swicord, Luis…
Capitol Films has picked up Franco Zeffirelli's "Callas Forever" for worldwide sale outside Italy, France and Spain.
Spain's fourth Lanzarote Spanish Film Screenings will open up to buyers from Latin America.
"About Schmidt," which bows in competition Wednesday, was just what New Line Cinema was looking for according to New Line Cinema's co-chairman/co-CEO Bob Shaye, "I think there should be a menu of…