In a low-seven-figure deal, "Igby Goes Down" director Burr Steers will rewrite and direct "Gambit," Universal's remake of the 1966 British caper pic that starred Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine.
Summit Entertainment has reupped production prexy Erik Feig and beefed up its development staff with the hire of Adrienne Biddle as VP development and Meredith Milton as creative exec.
Fox is preparing two high-profile TV series, three theatrical releases and the second special edition of "X-Men" for DVD release in February and March.
Image and ALMA award nominee Merlin Santana, who recently appeared in the Eddie Murphy movie "Showtime," and had a recurring role on "The Steve Harvey Show," was shot to death while sitting in a…
Movielink, the online video-rental service backed by five Hollywood studios, goes live today with few of the trappings of a normal Hollywood premiere.
A free-wheeling remake of Luigi Comencini's 1961 film of the same title, "Riding the Tiger" shows it's not easy to make Italian comedy's golden oldies roar today, especially without plumbing their…
Husband-wife team of veteran helmer John Hancock and scripter Dorothy Tristan ("Weeds") has concocted a psychological drama cum genteel shocker that's long on ambition and short on delivery.
A highly political film with no overt political agenda, "Silent Grace" dramatizes the unreported participation of women in the IRA prison protests and hunger strikes of 1980-81.
Blatantly derivative romantic comedy seems like the embodiment of a studio pitch -- "Annie Hall" meets "When Harry Met Sally," minus the ethnic angle. Setting "Stupid" in patented New York…
Of the 1.5 million Jewish children living in Europe at the start of WWII, fewer than one in 10 was still alive at its close, and many of those who lived survived because they were hidden away in…