British actor Toby Stephens ("Die Another Day") will step back in time to play an autocratic 19th century British officer based in India in a Bollywood epic planned for later this year.
Dimension Films' horror buying spree continues with its acquisition of English horror novel "Darkfall."
A pair of solid openings and some sturdy holdover pics repped welcome bright spots in a summer still marked by overcast box office conditions.
Siggraph, the computer graphics conference held last week in San Diego, has always been an odd mishmash. It's part trade show, part job fair and part egghead academic conference.
South African funnyman Leon Schuster, the country's biggest local B.O. attraction, is going back to his candid-camera format for his new film, "Oh Shucks, I'm Gatvol" (Afrikaans slang for "had…
All publicity is not, apparently, good publicity. After facing vocal criticism, Esquire magazine has decided to shelve plans to have Lion's Gate's "Shattered Glass" reviewed by disgraced New York…
Imax B.O. is taking an increasing proportion of the overall B.O. of "The Matrix Reloaded (aka "Matrix II") as the weeks pass.
This much is known: John Calley will retire. The Sony Pictures chairman-CEO's segue into a producing deal, which has seemingly been rumored since the advent of talkies, gained a misleading sense of…
Last year, Fox's international box office hit a record-breaking $1.07 billion (including specialty arm Fox Searchlight). This year, the company is poised to break that record again.
The Imax version of "The Matrix Reloaded" has attracted sizable audiences in the U.S. and in key markets including London, Singapore and Tokyo. But the format switch is meeting resistance in…
Whoever winds up distributing "The Passion" for Mel Gibson can expect to inherit not only a Judeo-Christian controversy but also an unconventional approach to marketing.