From the opening image of wearied Sheriff Wes Clayton (Richard Dutcher) strapping on his ankle holster and suiting up with all the rote, laconic dispassion of Morgan Freeman in "Seven," "Brigham…
Gabrielle Union, currently starring in the Screen Gems romance "The Brothers," has nabbed back-to-back roles in Section Eight and Pandora's feature "Welcome to Collinwood" and in "Abandon" for…
Imax's version of the sampler disc "All Access: Front Row. Backstage. Live! Presented by Certs" is only memorable for its elongated, mouthful of a title, which brings product placement off the screen…
Marketing and sales exec Christoph Ott is ankling his post at Senator Entertainment. Company topper Hanno Huth will take over Ott's local duties.
Oscar-nominated scribe Terry George ("In the Name of the Father") has come on board to adapt the British miniseries "Trust" for Warner Bros. Pictures, with Catherine Zeta-Jones attached in the…
Charlotte Rampling will officially open the 2001 Cannes Film Festival on May 9, fest prexy Gilles Jacob announced Wednesday. She will also present the final awards on May 20.
Director Curtis Hanson has found his pre-strike project -- in the form of a small stuffed animal known as Greg.
Jerry Bruckheimer Films has purchased the film rights, based on a five-page book proposal, to "The Bureau and the Mole" by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Vise.
Gerard Depardieu and his son Guillaume are set to star in the 35 million franc ($4.8 million) "Honor Thy Father," a feature film about a complex father-son relationship.
Peter Murrieta is scripting an untitled Horatio Sanz comedy for Paramount.
Artists Management Group has signed up Ruff Ryders Entertainment for overall management of the record label's film and video arm, AMG announced Wednesday.