Terrorism fears haven't shuttered showbiz in Gotham completely. At least, not yet. Gotham has been at Code Orange for the past 17 months, so the ramped-up terrorist coverage of the past few days has…
The Directors Guild of America has spurned Michael Moore's hit documentary "Bowling for Columbine" in its nominations for directorial achievement in documentary.
Mike Myers has inked an unusual production deal with DreamWorks in which the thesp will insert himself, other actors and new plots into existing films to create new properties.
The weekend looks to be a box office triple threat: It's stretched a day by Presidents' Day, pumped up by moviegoing valentines and brightened by the big media spotlight on "Daredevil."
Helmer Atom Egoyan's "Ararat" received five statuettes, including best film, at Canada's 23rd Genie awards in Toronto on Thursday.
Gotham may have failed in its bid to play host to the Oscars, but the city is staking its claim on this year's honorees.
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped veteran film and TV scribe John Gay to receive the Edmund H. North Award for service to the guild and professional achievement.
Universal Pictures has tapped James D. Brubaker to replace head of physical production Ron Lynch, who earlier this week announced he is ankling the studio.
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Japanese director Hideo Nakata has been set by MGM and Cheyenne Enterprises to make his English-language feature debut with the MGM supernatural thriller "True Believers."