Thesp Joel Edgerton, who played a 19th century outlaw in Working Title's "Ned Kelly," is preparing to jump to the 1970s to play a fictional concert promoter for Frank Sinatra in "The Night We Called…
At least six Bollywood movies in various stages of production starring Indian actor Sanjay Dutt are threatened, as pressure grows for his arrest due to alleged links with the underworld.
This year's British Independent Film Awards will be sponsored by Park Caledonia, a financial services group.
A generation of young writers -- very young writers -- is laying seige to Hollywood. Eighteen-year-old New York literary phenom Nick McDonell has sold his novel, "Twelve," to Ted Field's Radar…
True to his word, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back. Three weeks after he discharged the William Morris Agency, the actor has signed with CAA for representation in all areas.
Summit Entertainment will handle international sales on Kopelson Entertainment's "Blackout" for Intertainment.
John McTiernan is in negotiations to direct "The Booster" for Intermedia Films and Mark Johnson Prods. Written by Sheldon Turner, "Booster" is an adaptation of the Eugene Izzi novel about two…
Hollywood filmmakers shooting a Will Smith/Martin Lawrence sequel are the bad boys of South Florida this week as they tie up the main road between downtown Miami and Miami Beach for a movie scene…
The serious subject of forced female circumcision becomes the stuff of predictable melodrama in "God's Sandbox," which plays as much like a sun-baked edition of "Red Shoe Diaries" gone horribly wrong…
The sheer energy behind Russian helmer Pavel Lounguine's films like "Luna Park" and "The Wedding" finally connects with a story worth the trouble in "Tycoon," a savvy, fast-paced political thriller…
Projects by director Alison Maclean and scribe-turned-helmer Malia Scotch Marmo have made the cut for the Independent Feature Project's 2002 No Borders co-production market.