New Line is in final talks to buy "No Place Like Home," a spec by Margaret Heidenry, for producers Neal Edelstein and Mike Macari.
Woody Allen has denied claims that his decision to take "Hollywood Ending" to Cannes Intl. Film Festival represents a deliberate snub to the Venice fest.
The closing ceremony of the 17th Paris Film Festival came off without much fanfare Tuesday, with all the top prizes going to foreign films, filmmakers and actors.
Fear not: The seasonal B.O. slowdown in many markets abroad looks short-lived, thanks partly to "Panic Room," which began its international campaign over the weekend with top-ranked bows in eight…
As film commissions from around the world amassed for their 17th Locations Trade Show in Santa Monica, Gov. Gray Davis announced appointments to the California Film Commission.
Phoenix Pictures has paid low-six figures to acquire Adam Marcus and Debra Sullivan's script "Black Autumn" to be produced through Phoenix-based O/Z Films.
Boomer pics are booming. Paramount's older-skewing psychological thriller "Changing Lanes" sped past Sony's "Panic Room" to open at No. 1 with an estimated $17.6 million in weekend box office.
Faced with the delicate business of promoting its first mature-rated title for the GameCube vidgame console, Nintendo took an unusual cross-media tack: It created an online film festival.