"Die Another Day" has smashed the first-day records for the James Bond canon in each of its initial offshore markets.
Franchise Pictures attorney Larry Stein has asked a court to allow him to withdraw from representing the company and its principal, Elie Samaha, in its long-running legal battle with German…
Franco Zeffirelli's "Callas Forever," starring Jeremy Irons and Fanny Ardant, will open the 14th annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival on Jan. 9, marking its North American premiere.
There was never any Oscar buzz for the performances of Jar Jar Binks or Dobby, but New Line is hoping that Gollum will be up for an acting Academy Award in March.
Richard Roxburgh is movie aristocracy once more. Having made his Stateside splash in the role of the Duke in Fox's "Moulin Rouge," thesp is in negotiations to play Count Dracula in Universal…
Kathleen Kennedy and Steven Spielberg will produce the internationally acclaimed comicstrip "Tintin" as a live-action feature for Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures.
There's a scary battle brewing between Dimension Films and Revolution Studios. Just days after "Scary Movie" scribes Keenen Ivory, Marlon and Shawn Wayans defected to Revolution for two new projects…
D.J. Caruso will direct Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke in "Taking Lives" for Village Roadshow Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures.
Mosaic Media Group's Eric Gold is best known for comedies like "Scary Movie," but he and Mosaic partner Jimmy Miller have teamed with MGM to produce political thriller "Camp David," which centers on…
A film that becomes increasingly shallow the more it endeavors to be profound, "24 Hours in the Life of a Woman" makes Stefan Zweig's time-jumping 1930 novella seem like a location-hopping fashion…
AOL is going DVD. The world's largest online service has started tapping into the success of the world's fastest-selling consumer electronics product by offering exclusive sneak peeks at clips of DVD…