Stan Lee, chairman emeritus of Marvel Enterprises and co-creator of comics giant's "Spider-Man" character, has threatened to sue for 10% of company profits from film and TV licensing, according to a…
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" has rocketed to the top of the Norwegian charts -- six weeks before pic's Dec. 18 world premiere.
Argentinean helmer Tristan Bauer has begun lensing "Iluminados por el fuego," a drama about the 1982 Falkland Islands war.
Suggesting a market for edgy mainstream product, Senator Intl. has sold Vincenzo Natali's upcoming comedy "Nothing" to Metropolitan in France, Manga in Spain and LNK Films in Portugal at the 69th…
Gurinder Chadha's "Bend it Like Beckham," "8 Femmes" from Francois Ozon and Pedro Almodovar's "Talk to Her" are among this year's nominees for the European Film Award, to be handed out Dec. 7 in Rome.
A Bangladeshi film that's won two international awards despite being banned by the Dhaka government has been submitted for Oscar consideration by the country's film industry.
Danish Academy Award-winning producer Per Holst is leaving his job as creative director of Nordisk Film to start up his own company, Asta Film, with two young producers who have yet to graduate from…
Launching its 16th year Thursday, the 11-day AFI Fest offers a complicated picture of a festival boasting notable changes as well as wrestling with the challenges of mounting a Los Angeles-based…
Filmmaker Patty Jenkins calls her 15-minute meeting during last year's AFI Fest Kodak Connect program a life-altering experience. She netted a manager, a screenplay option and a feature directing…
Michael Caine has a simple explanation for what seems a late-career Renaissance. "I don't have to work," says the two-time Oscar winner, "and so I can only go out on offers that I can't refuse."
MGM has sold its hit theatrical movie "Barbershop" in a shared window to USA, Fox and Comedy Central.