Sam Raimi is already worrying about what's lurking in his closet or underneath the bed. "The Boogeyman" will be the first horror production under the "Spider-Man" helmer's newly inked Senator deal.
United Artists has acquired all U.S. rights to "Bowling for Columbine," the Michael Moore documentary screening in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
The first-stage launch was successful - and then some. George Lucas' latest prequel to his space-adventure series, "Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones," soared into its opening-frame orbit…
New Zealand will host the Tom Cruise-starrer "The Last Samurai," which will begin filming later this year. Pic will also shoot in Japan as well as the U.S.
Tony-nominated helmer Howard Davies is attached to direct "An Instance of the Fingerpost," a mystery thriller set in late 18th century England.
U.K. distrib Helkon SK has pulled out its commitment to pre-buy Brian Gilbert's "The Gathering," starring Christina Ricci, which had its world premiere Thursday night in the Cannes market.
Richard Sheffield has been tapped as head of Signpost Films Australia.
Tracey Emin, the bad girl of Brit art, is making a movie with Michael Winterbottom and Andrew Eaton's Revolution Films.
New French culture and communications minister Jean-Jacques Aillagon charmed the film community Friday at the traditional fest cocktail thrown by the Centre National de la Cinematographie.
The desperation -- sometimes volatile, more often quiet -- of the London working class is evoked in borderline too-familiar fashion in "All or Nothing." Assuming a typical degree of critical support…
The prolific dean of Portuguese directors Manoel de Oliveira returns to his patented brand of literary drawing room drama in "The Uncertainty Principle," but the film seems a step back from the…