Writer-producer Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment will produce actioner "The Carrier" for Paramount Pictures, where Devlin has just finalized a five-year, first-look pact (Daily Variety, Dec. 17).
David Cunningham's "To End All Wars," starring Kiefer Sutherland, Ciaran McMenamim and Robert Carlyle, has been selected as closing-night film of the fourth annual Method Fest Independent Film…
After failing miserably in the late '90s to adapt the vidgame biz's biggest titles into blockbuster pics, the major studios have hit the reset button. They are acquiring another raft of game…
The Canadian government has launched a review of the definition of Canadian content as it applies to film and television production.
Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman-CEO John Calley will receive the 2002 Steven J. Ross/AOL Time Warner Award April 19 from the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Stars of the next James Bond film may "Die Another Day," but a just-signed promotional deal with cosmetics queenpin Revlon should ensure they look good doing it.
The British Board of Film Classification has demanded an 11-second cut in Gallic movie "The Pornographer," drawing furious protests from director Bertrand Bonello and U.K. distrib Metro Tartan.
The Paris Film Festival opened its 17th edition Monday night, after being slammed by Paris' deputy mayor in the daily press for lacking "audacity."
The 13th annual GLAAD Media Awards Monday night honored people and projects in the media that offer fair and inclusive representations of the gay community.