Much of the horror makes it to the screen in garbled form in "28 Days Later," a faux-low-budget zombie pic by director Danny Boyle ("Trainspotting") and writer Alex Garland ("The Beach") that shows a…
The two biggest film players in the Spanish-speaking world unveiled a movie co-production alliance on Thursday in Mexico City.
Canadian filmer Guy Maddin and French director Jean-Claude Brisseau have been selected for the 32nd International Film Festival Rotterdam's "Filmmakers in Focus," an annual sidebar to Holland's…
Insolvent German entertainment company Helkon Media has sold its 75% stake in production unit Helkon Int'l Pictures to London-based minority shareholder Dextal Productions.
"Monsters, Inc." has sold a whopping 13 million units worth $250 million on DVD and VHS internationally, underlining the rapid growth of DVD overseas.
It's no surprise that "Red Dragon" will puff hard to deliver the sort of profit that franchise predecessor "Hannibal" provided, but Universal's campaign to squeeze decent worldwide dinero from the…
Crusader Entertainment and Hyde Park are reviving the Lee Falk comic hero "The Phantom," with a contemporized tale to be scripted by Steven De Souza.
Fox 2000 has snapped up an untitled pitch from "Dr. Dolittle" scribe Larry Levin that helmer Jay Roach will direct and produce via his Fox-based Everyman banner.
Robert Redford and screenwriter Larry Gelbart are collaborating on a continuation of "The Candidate" for Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. has acquired the spec script "Parental Guidance" as a vehicle for "Scooby Doo" director Raja Gosnell to direct. Deal is valued at mid-six against high-six figures.
Peter and Bobby Farrelly have committed to next direct "Stuck on You," a 20th Century Fox comedy about the adventures of conjoined twins. Filming will begin in February and Fox is eyeing a late fall…
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