Producer Jordan Kerner, via his Kerner Entertainment Co. shingle, has struck a four-year, first-look pact with Paramount Pictures.
Iain Softley is set to direct "Shanghai," an epic WWII drama scripted by Hossein Amini, for Miramax Films.
Elizabeth Taylor is OK -- if you call being in bed with the flu OK. She didn't show Saturday night at the Hollywood & Highland complex to make the GLAAD Awards
Y tu agency tambien! CAA was mum over the weekend after being chastised Friday by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, in an ad responding to the agency's March 22 advertisement.
Gael Garcia Bernal, star of Alfonso Cuaron's hit "Y tu mama tambien," will next star in Summit Entertainment and Arcane Pictures' "Dot the I," which starts shooting later this month as the debut…
New Regency has set John Cusack as the star of a Gary Fleder-directed adaptation of John Grisham novel "The Runaway Jury," and "Mulholland Drive" star Naomi Watts is considered the front-runner to…
Producer Mace Neufeld has acquired screen rights to the Reid Badger-penned book "A Life in Ragtime," and will develop a film about Lt. James Reese Europe, a musician and WWI soldier who helped spread…
New Line is in final talks to buy "No Place Like Home," a spec by Margaret Heidenry, for producers Neal Edelstein and Mike Macari.
Woody Allen has denied claims that his decision to take "Hollywood Ending" to Cannes Intl. Film Festival represents a deliberate snub to the Venice fest.
The closing ceremony of the 17th Paris Film Festival came off without much fanfare Tuesday, with all the top prizes going to foreign films, filmmakers and actors.
A Paris judge on Friday rejected right-wing presidential candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen's request for an injunction blocking the release of Gilles de Maistre's "Feroce" (Ferocious).