"waydowntown" director Gary Burns is returning to high rises for "A Problem With Fear," a dark comedy in which elevators, escalators and revolving doors have it in for the suits.
Luc Besson's next project as helmer is to be based on his self-penned fairy tale "Arthur et les Minimoys," which hits French stores Wednesday.
Germany's most successful producer-distributor, Constantin Film, has not escaped the fate of other struggling Teutonic media companies: It posted nine-month net losses of $7.4 million on Thursday, up…
United Artists is in negotiations to acquire remake rights to the 1997 Japanese horror pic "Cure," which will be produced with Michael Stipe and Sandy Stern's Single Cell Prods.
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Gearing up for a busy 2003, Revolution has shuffled its summer release slate, most notably shifting Jack Nicholson/Adam Sandler comedy "Anger Management" from June to April 11.
In a merger that will draw from three management companies to create one powerful new player, managers Suzan Bymel, Evelyn O'Neill, Daniel Rappaport, Guymon Casady, Eric Kranzler and David Seltzer…
Disney is near a deal to pick up a drama about NASCAR driver Richard Petty that will once again put the studio in business with Dennis Quaid.
Consumers attacked videostores Tuesday to get their hands on the latest DVD installment of the Star Wars franchise, "Episode 2: Attack of the Clones."
To honor Frank Sinatra's contributions to film and music, the USC School of Cinema-Television has dedicated an auditorium in the late crooner's name.
After quickly becoming one of the highest paid young actors around, Colin Farrell has agreed to receive scale salary to star in "A Home at the End of the World," an indie film to be helmed by legit…