A fortyish guy with a wife and three children learns his former girlfriend gave birth to his child in "Women or Children First," a banal and painfully overlong candidate for the Watching Paint Dry…
Comedy and satire dominate the line-up of the 34th Directors' Fortnight at next month's Cannes Film Festival.
Charlie Bloye has joined Signpost Films as vice president, sales.
Former Warner Bros. distribution executive Ivan Cheah has founded Arenaplex, a Gotham-based shingle dedicated to producing niche pics in areas such as extreme sports, music and family entertainment.
The South may rise again after all. Hoping to make pics set in or about the South their niche, New York investor Robert R. Dyson has founded Salt Point Prods., tapping Charleston-based writer and…
Miramax Films is bringing together the talent from three hit low-budget pics --- "The Full Monty," "Mrs. Brown" and "Babe" --- to make an ambitious new family movie.
Miramax Films has acquired Brent Goldberg and David T. Wagner's new screenplay "A Horse's Tale," to be developed into an animated feature film for the studio.
The Coen brothers are negotiating to direct a remake of "The Ladykillers" for Disney's Touchstone Pictures, with Mouse House-based Tom Jacobson onboard to produce.
Universal Pictures has made a deal to remake the 1999 Hideo Nakata-directed Japanese film "Kaosu" in a co-production between Tribeca and Laura Bickford Prods.
"Tumbleweeds" producer and director Gavin and Greg O'Connor, via their Solaris production shingle, have optioned film rights for "TV: A Novel," the first novel by former sports writer Brian Brown.
Universal's sequel to the street racing hit "The Fast and the Furious" will not be Diesel-fueled, after all.
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