Artisan Entertainment, recently made much more fetching after sprucing up its balance sheet, has hired Allen & Co. to review offers of interest for the film company.
Fox has ordered the pilot presentation "The Afterlife," a digitally animated project from Threshold Entertainment's Larry Kasanoff ("Mortal Kombat").
Former MGM tag-team Gerry Rich and Larry Gleason are taking their marketing and distribution combo to Miramax with one-year deals that presage a more global scope to the minimajor's film-releasing…
Some serious heavy hitters are hoping to make the convergence between the entertainment and advertising industries a little easier.
NBC and its sister network Bravo have bought the shared window to "Chicago," announcing the deal on the day the film racked up six Academy Awards, including best picture.
DreamWorks is negotiating with Richard Price to script a remake of the 1952 Akira Kurosawa film "Ikiru" as a starring vehicle for Tom Hanks.
Sony is developing “Astro Boy,” but the film project has not been slated for a production start and there is no release date. Information was incorrect in Friday’s paper.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Auburn has been hired to pen the English-language remake of Korean film "Il Mare" for Warner Bros.
Spanish cinema's over-exploited genre of Civil War dramas receives a welcome injection of the contemporary in David Trueba's evocative, understated "Salamina Soldiers."
A quirky, low-budget debut by helmer Lluis M. Guell that is crammed with storylines that never reach fruition, "Knots" sees a raft of good actors struggling to negotiate a meandering script.
Likable chemistry between leads Miriam Yeung and Tony Leung Chiu-wai give "My Lucky Star" a more easygoing, natural appeal than its Chinese New Year B.O. opponent, "Love for All Seasons." However…