Scott Rudin Prods. and Paramount have bought "The Labyrinth," a yet-to-be published novel by Mark Sullivan. Book is about a famous cave researcher and marine biologist who lost her assistant in a…
The Publicists Guild of America has tapped Warner Bros. for four of the five nominees for the organization's Les Mason Award.
Outgoing Berlin Intl. Film Festival chief Moritz de Hadeln will present 23 of his best-loved pics from the 700 screened in competition during his 22-year tenure in a special sidebar called "Moritz's…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The bitter legal feud between German licensing company Intertainment and Franchise Pictures has led to the withdrawal of Sean Penn's film "The Pledge" from the Berlin Intl. Film Festival. Critically…
What could have been just another of the coming-of-age tracts churned out on the indie-sector conveyor belt becomes a deeply nuanced drama full of original angles in "L.I.E." This superbly acted film…
Balloting closes Friday for nominations for the seventh annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in five film and eight television categories.
Francis Veber's $16 million "Le Placard" (The Closet) has notched up more than 1 million ticket sales on home turf in its first five days, outperforming the director's hugely successful "The Dinner…
Universal-backed Hypnotic.com picked up worldwide distribution rights to two short films at the Sundance Film Festival on Wednesday.
With "Double Whammy," a slight but agreeable comedy about a disgraced cop's journey of redemption, Tom DiCillo bounces back to some degree from his resoundingly flat last feature, "The Real Blonde."…
Helmer Denis Villeneuve's sophomore feature "Maelstrom" leads the race for Quebec's Prix Jutra film awards with eight noms including best picture, actress (Marie-Josee Croze), script (Villeneuve) and…
Shares of Imax dropped 20% Wednesday after the company announced it would show a "substantial" net loss for the 2000 fiscal year.