Mayor Thomas Menino has proposed a 50¢ surcharge on all movie tickets to help the city of Boston to get through its current budget crunch.
Wesley Snipes is about to lose his memory for Revolution Studios. Thesp is set to star in the sci-fi actioner "John Doe," which revolves around a man who suffers from severe memory loss.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" lead the field of nominees for the 2002 People's Choice Awards with two nominations apiece.
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Thailand and Cambodia have agreed to co-produce an historical epic based on events surrounding the building of the famous temple Angkor Wat.
Malaysia and Thailand have declared war on the homevideo syndicates that control the lion's share of the video industries in their countries.
The fate of insolvent film group Kinowelt will likely be decided Dec. 13 when the financial backer of former toppers Michael and Rainer Koelmel meets with the company's creditors.
Sweden's Svensk Filmindustri has secured a first look deal with Copenhagen-based production shingle, Early Bird Films, instigated by Danish producers Ole Søndberg and Lars Sund Duus.
"Ring" meets South Korea's cell-obsessed culture in "Phone," a neat psycho thriller that will resonate equally with those who love and hate the warbling little handsets. Sophomore outing by horror…
Ralph Woolsey, who won an Emmy in 1968 for the skein "It Takes a Thief," will receive the American Society of Cinematographers Presidents Award.
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Fox has wired Will Smith to star in sci-fier "I, Robot." Shooting is to begin in April. Alex Proyas will direct the film, which will be produced by Laurence Mark and John Davis, with Wyck Godfrey and…