The WB, continuing its recently adopted strategy of buying theatrical movies in their first network window, has picked up Miramax's "40 Days and 40 Nights," with Josh Hartnett, and Paramount's…
BMW plans to fill up on another round of short films that promote the luxury automakers' cars. Three more pics, to be helmed by high-profile helmers, will bow on BMWFilms.com in the fall.
Enjoying its most lucrative frame abroad, "Spider-Man" began its Western European rollout in acrobatic style and effortlessly conquered Australia over the weekend.
Most inside-Hollywood movies have been laffers with results too often tragic, but this weekend saw the L.A. and Gotham bow of a Hollywood tragedy whose opening grosses proved modestly upbeat.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer, Outfest 2002: The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival will kick off its 12-day celebration July 11 with a gala dubbed An Evening of Sex, Love & Life.
In conjunction with launching the U.S. Film Festival Circuit, marketing and consulting firm TSE Sports & Entertainment has announced the creation of the Hispanic Film Festival Circuit, a touring…
USA, CBS and UPN have collectively ponied up about $16 million to buy a piece of the Rock.
As live-action versions of TV cartoons go, "Scooby-Doo" ranks quality-wise somewhere between the inspired satire of "Josie and the Pussycats" and the lumbering obviousness of the "Flintstones" films…
"In the Bedroom" director and AFI Conservatory alum Todd Field will receive the org's 12th annual Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal.
Profits at Prague's Barrandov Studios declined just $30,000 in 2001 to $1.7 million, despite a threatened strike and the aftermath of Sept. 11, while Hollywood films spent $15.5 million at Barrandov…
Looking to extend its backlot and shooting facilities as well as expand its core business to include tourism and entertainment, Italy's Cinecitta Studios is moving ahead with plans to open a…