Thesp Michael Madsen has abandoned his attempt to raise $12 million through a British tax scheme to finance his U.K. heist movie "Red Light Runners."
Thomas Vinterberg has agreed to direct "Dear Wendy," scripted by fellow Dogme helmer Lars von Trier and skedded to lens next summer.
Wardrobe departments around town soon may be dusting off their safari suits and pith helmets. The British empire, whose decline and fall has long been a source of fascination for Hollywood, is set to…
Takashi Tsukinoki makes his musty debut with "To Dance With the White Dog," a tepid drama inspired in part by star Tatsuya Nakadai's real-life loss of a beloved spouse. Crafted with intelligent…
Lions Gate Entertainment has acquired the North American distribbing rights to Ken Loach's newest pic, "Sweet Sixteen" from U.K. sales outfit the Works.
The Visual Effects Society said it will make yet another awards show appear on Hollywood's crowded winter kudos calendar, with its first-ever VES Awards on Feb. 19 in Los Angeles.
On just two Gotham screens, Fox Searchlight's "One Hour Photo" grabbed the specialty box office crown for the Aug. 23-25 weekend, reaping $139,396, good for third place overall in Manhattan.
For the first time, the Music & Entertainment Industry Group for City of Hope has selected six recipients for the Spirit of Life Award.
Nicolas Cage and five companies behind the feature film "Sonny" were among those sued Tuesday for copyright infringement. Suit was brought by a man who said he isn't getting credit for co-writing…
The bonds of family are twisted every which way in "I'm the Father," an engaging tragicomedy centered on a disorganized father's love for his son and estranged wife.