Stephen Chow's lucky streak continued Sunday when his blockbuster hit "Shaolin Soccer" racked up seven awards out of 13 nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards.
Stewart Till's Signpost Films has appointed Nina Sadowsky president of production, based in Los Angeles.
Disney and Pixar, which have scared up more than $500 mil worldwide with "Monsters, Inc.," have set their schedules for the next three years.
Arnold who? Some industryites are saying this weekend's big bow for "The Scorpion King" may have crowned Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson as the next action monarch.
"Nowhere in Africa," Caroline Link's drama about a German family in 1930s Kenya, has four German Film Award nominations, making it the frontrunner for top kudos at the ceremony on June 14.
Alan Cumming has joined the cast of Doug McGrath's adaptation of "Nicholas Nickleby," the Charles Dickens classic whose ensemble includes Jamie Bell and Jim Broadbent.
Zeitgeist Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Tunisian director Raja Amari's debut feature "Satin Rouge." Company plans an August release in Gotham and other cities.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will kick off the milestone, which is turning out to be a yearlong celebration, on May 8, with a shindig at La Cienega…
Cowboy Pictures and DVD production shingle Plexifilm have jointly acquired Sam Jones' "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart," produced by Fusion Films in association with Experience Music Project. A July…
While Rachel Pfeffer has been repped transactionally by Mickey Freiberg at Acme Talent, she is not a client there. Also, Pfeffer is the sole producer of Disney’s “Pants on Fire”; screenwriter…
Day-and-date with domestic, "The Scorpion King" posted brawny numbers in all of its first nine markets except the U.K. over the weekend, while "Panic Room" spread incisively to Germany and Italy.