Add an "ed" suffix to the title, ponder the marketing catch line "Watch Who You Leave Behind," and you'll learn all you need to know about "Abandon." Directorial debut by Stephen Gaghan is a passably…
Expanding on the bi-coastal U.S. fest's traditional formula, the 12th New Italian Cinema Events will open in New York and San Francisco with a spotlight on documaker-turned-feature director Mimmo…
Warner Bros. Pictures has purchased the live-action feature film rights to Cartoon Network's half-hour series "Johnny Bravo" as a potential starring vehicle for the Rock.
Newly formed production, development and financial shingle Ovation Entertainment has ramped up its development slate by acquiring two new projects and developing a third.
Columbia and producer Laurence Mark made a preemptive high-six figure against seven-figure buy of "Six Shooters," a spec script by John Enbom that is described as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"…
Manhattan Pictures Intl. has picked up North American distribution rights to Puerto Rican production entity Muvi Films' pic "12 Hours," which was showcased at the Tribeca Film Festival…
Ronna Kress won the Casting Society of America's Artios Award in feature film drama for "Moulin Rouge", while "Harry Potter" casting team Janet Hirshenson and Jane Jenkins were feted in the feature…
Columbia Pictures has bought screen rights to the Michele Faber bestselling novel "The Crimson Petal and the White," and will develop it as a vehicle for Kirsten Dunst to play a 19th-century…
Crippled by a lame script, "Avenging Angelo" further devalues Sylvester Stallone's stock. Teamed here with a miscast Madeleine Stowe, Sly plays a bodyguard struggling to maintain a distance from the…
Facing a holiday release schedule more claustrophobic than the teeming streets of old Manhattan, Miramax Films has decided to open "Gangs of New York" Dec. 20.
Val Kilmer has returned to Creative Artists Agency only 10 months after he'd discharged it.