Investment in British-based movies slumped by 35% last year to £379 million ($542 million), the lowest figure since 1995.
Academy Award-winning director Istvan Szabo will mentor 17 up-and-coming young Euro thesps to be presented at this year's fifth Shooting Stars ceremony on Feb. 10.
Introducing "Texas," the pseudononymously directed docu about his longtime rock band Thirty Odd Foot of Grunts, Russell Crowe told a Sundance aud to expect a "home movie." His comments were apt…
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Synergy is possibly the industry's most overused word, but Hollywood's best working example of it might be the Golden Globe after-parties.
As Park City returned to relative calm with the close of the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, Paramount Classics quietly finalized a distribution pact for "Bloody Sunday," co-winner of the World…
Sony/Revolution Studios' "Black Hawk Down" soared to an estimated $35.3 million in box office over the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, after official tallies showed…
Steven Spielberg has officially passed on helming "Memoirs of a Geisha" for Sony's Columbia Pictures, ending a four-year courtship, a source confirmed late Monday.
In a memorable frame last weekend, "Harry Potter" edged past "Jurassic Park" to rank as the second-biggest earner of all time overseas, while "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings"…
Director Joe Johnston is in final negotiations to direct "Hidalgo" for the Walt Disney Co., studio reps confirmed.
Special events producer Cheryl Cecchetto of Sequoia Prods. has been named coordinator of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Governors Ball for the 13th year in a row.
DreamWorks Pictures has acquired the pitch "Breakups Are Their Business," based on Los Angeles Times staff writer Mark Magnier's recent article of the same name.