Miscasting of actress Kareena Kapoor in the title role of "Khushi" weakens the appeal of this comedy romancer that depends crucially on chemistry between its two leads. Tale of two college students…
Despite Mayor Bloomberg's attempts to put a rosy tint on Gotham's production activity, film and television labor unions are growing increasingly anxious about the runaway production plague.
Frances Fisher has become the first SAG board member to come out against the proposed merger with AFTRA, citing heavy-handed campaign tactics by pro-merger forces.
Continuing its push to heighten the profile of "Chicago" as Oscar ballots go out, Miramax Films has pacted with online film company IFILM.com to launch a special extended feature on the release.
A Los Angeles federal judge has dismissed a copyright suit claiming that DreamWorks lifted "Antz" from a script submitted to a writing contest.
Edward Windsor's documentary production company, Ardent, has shuttered after racking up losses of almost £2 million ($3.32 million) in 2001.
In early online voting, Yahoo! Movies visitors overwhelmingly say "Chicago" will snag this year's Oscar for best picture, adapted screenplay and supporting actress (Catherine Zeta-Jones).
Franchise Pictures has acquired the action/thriller spec script "Rippin' " for an undisclosed fee from freshman scribe Erik Anderson, who is VP of development and acquisitions at the company.
Miracle Entertainment chairman John Daly has signed a deal with Filmstar Releasing for a three-year revolving print and advertising fund.
It's no coincidence that Monday's Intl. Day seshes at ShoWest 2003 juxtaposed a studio exec's cautionary keynote remarks on movie piracy with a seminar on Chinese exhibition. China reps both the…
Crusader Entertainment and Arnold Entertainment have tapped Peter Kosminsky ("White Oleander") to direct WWII drama "Giants" from a screenplay by Dan Gordon ("The Hurricane").