The Rugrats run amok in "Rugrats Go Wild," a frenetic concoction that throws the diapered crowd and the Thornberry clan together with none of the previous charm of either. Abrasive and lacking in…
Jon Berg and Todd Komarnicki, partners at the Guy Walks Into a Bar film/TV production shingle, have sold corporate comedy feature pitch "The Retreat" to New Line.
Costume designers Colleen Atwood ("Chicago") and Jennifer Von Mayrhauser ("Law and Order") as well as make-up artist Judy Chin ("Frida") will be honored at the New York Women in Film and Television's…
Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner's C/W Prods. is developing the story of the cataclysmic 1947 industrial accident in Texas City, Texas, which led to the first civil class action suit against the U.S…
Dave Kajganich, an English professor at Miami U. of Ohio, is now a tyro scribe with the sale of his horror spec "Town Creek" to Warner Bros. Pictures. Deal also includes a blind script commitment.
But Fox Searchlight's leggy soccer drama "Bend It Like Beckham" hung onto 10th place over its 12th week with a tiny 5% slide.
Scarlett Johansson has been set to star with John Travolta in "A Love Song for Bobby Long," a Screen Gems pic being financed by Bob Yari's El Camino Pictures.
Strand Releasing has acquired North American rights to Julian Hernandez's film about a gay teenager in Mexico City, which premiered at the Berlin fest under the awkward title "A Thousand Clouds of…
The weekend action was fast and furious as "The Matrix Reloaded" shattered industry records in Japan, "2 Fast 2 Furious" was smokin' in Australia, and "Finding Nemo" set toon opening highs in South…
An attempt to merge a semi-jokey buddy movie with a more realistic account of cops' messy private lives, "Hollywood Homicide" falls short on both counts. Pic feels like a half-hearted effort by Ron…
Gotham-based film newsmag IndieWire has won the Intl. Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences' 2003 Webby Award for best Web site in the film category.