As the "American Pie" series concludes with this past weekend's "American Wedding," scribe Adam Herz is moving on to set up his own production shingle at Universal Pictures.
Phoenix Pictures has signed Robert Schwentke to direct "The Last Voyage of the Demeter," which he will rewrite with Mitch Brian.
The "Terminator" ran amok in Europe over the weekend while Disney's "Pirates" cut Universal's "Hulk" down to size in Japan.
A tribute to the late James Coburn will mark the launch of the inaugural Intl. Student Film Festival Hollywood, set for Sept. 3 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Jonathan Taplin and daughter Daniela Soto-Taplin have acquired the feature film rights to Edmund Morris' Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt."
Zentropa Entertainments is bowing a new line of cheap filmmaking, Industrial Pictures, in the spirit of the low-budget Dogma features -- a concept declared dead by its creator Lars von Trier.
Tributes to helmers Ridley Scott and James Ivory as well as a sampler of films produced by HBO are slated for the 29th American Film Festival in Deauville.
Whisky-voiced French thesp Marie Trintignant died of a cerebral edema on Friday at a clinic in the Paris suburb of Neuilly. She was 41.
In a rare move, Media Asia will release the next two installments of last year's crime thriller hit "Infernal Affairs" practically back-to-back.
Argentinean thesp Vera Fogwill is making her directing debut on "Las Mantenidas sin suenos" (Kept & Dreamless), with lensing to begin today.
Britain's Spice Factory and Oz-based Arclight Films are launching an Australian film fund, initially aimed at raising $A50 million ($32.5 million).