Universal and Imagine Entertainment have tapped Will Ferrell to be the voice of the Man in the Yellow Hat in upcoming toon "Curious George."
Kerry Gonzalez, who pleaded guilty to uploading "The Hulk" to the Internet two weeks before it was released in theaters, has avoided jail time.
In an effort to bring the work of a filmmaker to his native state, Regal Cinemas has picked up "Stuey," the debut effort of helmer and Nashville native A.W. Vidmer, for a one-week run at its…
The Intl. Cinematographers Guild has selected filmmaker Ron Howard, IATSE president Thomas C. Short and ICG prexy George Spiro Dibie for ICG lifetime achievement awards.
DreamWorks Pictures has acquired the live action pitch "Non-Human Animal" from writer Christopher Bird for John Williams' Vanguard Films to produce.
Universal's "The Rundown," an Amazon actioner toplined by Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, opened in a box office jungle with a chart-topping $18.5 million this weekend.
Attention, Oscar voters: This awards season, you should be prepared to attend more screenings, in a shorter amount of time than usual, and without food.
Despite early skepticism that greeted Miramax's announcement that it would release Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" in two parts, buzz on the pic following recent press screenings is that the two-part…
The overseas market has become increasingly picky when it comes to American blockbusters, but there's one homegrown genre that remains dear to European hearts: smut.
This time last year, cinema operators had little to be happy about. World Cup fervor had robbed them of summer audiences, and autumn film offerings were weak.
Talk to studio chiefs and they express disdain for "vanity deals." Scan a list of studio production pacts, and these are the most evanescent. Why, then, are vanity deals proliferating? Studios now…