Woody Allen is showing up in new places. First, he became a spokesman for French tourism. Now he'll be at Fox Searchlight.
Angelina Jolie is in talks to play Catherine the Great in "Love and Honor," the historical epic that Randall Wallace wrote and will direct for Disney.
Paul Rudd and Christina Applegate will co-star in DreamWorks' Will Ferrell vehicle "Anchorman." Production will begin July 7 in Los Angeles under the direction of Adam McKay.
Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group has bumped up longtime inhouse ad man Josh Goldstine to prexy of creative advertising. "Josh is one of the most accomplished and innovative creative executives…
Paramount Pictures has picked up U.S. distrib rights to "The World of Tomorrow," a retro sci-fi actioner starring Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow and directed by Kerry Conran.
A comedy about Brazilians in love, "Breaking Up" takes the viewer on a trip through an open culture, where relationships come and go and emotions are always over the top. Pic is worth a look for…
Attempting to go where no U.S. major has gone before, Warner Bros. is setting up a French-led production house to tap into Gallic state subsidies.
Six-time Oscar nominee William A. Fraker has been tapped to receive the Camerimage lifetime achievement award at the 11th annual Intl. Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography.
The Motion Picture Academy has announced a record 6,045 entries for its Don and Gee Nicholls Fellowships in Screenwriting.
This weekend, one of Hollywood's great summer parlor games will culminate with the release of Universal's "The Hulk." One point is indisputable: The pic has enough critical mass to be a serious…
John Malkovich is set to star in "Colour Me Kubrick," the first film to come out of Studio Hamburg's new L.A.-based English-language film production arm, Studio Hamburg Intl. Production (Ship).