There's more than a few spirals of DNA missing from the script of "Jurassic Park III," an all-action, helter-skelter, don't-forget-to-buy-the-computer-game ride that makes the two previous…
Local filmmakers in Korea are getting by with more than just the help of their "Friend."
The real art in the arthouse market may be the way gross figures are reported, if "Gabriela" is any indication.
Who will direct Leonardo DiCaprio's next film? Not Lasse Hallstrom: Although a deal was under way for the Swedish helmer to direct Leo in "Catch Me if You Can" for DreamWorks.
Rare is the glimpse into Jack Valenti's inner sanctum, otherwise known as Motion Picture Assn. of America headquarters. Discretion and loyalty are top on the list of reasons why he's remained topper…
Warner Bros. Intl. marketers aren't withholding any love from "A.I." The distrib tossed a ton of money -- reportedly more than $10 million -- into launching the pic in Japan, and although Sue Kroll…
Midway through the year, the overseas B.O. derby between the U.S. majors has Disney's Buena Vista Intl. sustaining its dominant role, racking up more theatrical revenues abroad than any other studio.
Tune into MTV this summer and you'll wonder if the cabler's initials really stand for Movie Television. The musicvid channel has often used its programs to tout upcoming Hollywood pics. But MTV has…
Juliette Binoche and Jean Reno will star in "Decalage Horaire" (Jet Lag), a contempo romantic comedy that "La Buche" director Daniele Thompson has set for an Oct. 15 start.
Teutonic distribbery Kinowelt is undergoing a drastic overhaul.
Hoping for bonne chance and not a giant casse-pied, Miramax has initiated three English-language remakes of its own hit foreign films.