Columbia Pictures is rolling back both the production start and the subsequent release date of "Spider-Man" from November 2001 to May 3, 2002. In a statement, the studio said the move "makes possible…
In the waning days of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, Lions Gate Films has made the first major acquisition of the fest by picking up U.S. theatrical distribution on Kathryn Bigelow's "The Weight of…
UGC chief Guy Verrecchia on Wednesday declared himself "satisfied" with Tuesday's surprise launch by rival chain Gaumont of a cheap cinema pass to compete with his own group's Carte Illimite. While…
Opening with Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous" and closing with David Kane's "Born Romantic," the 44th London Film Festival (Nov. 1-16) has expanded to include a program of 196 features and 65 shorts.
Fruit Chan's second film this year is an incisive look at Hong Kong from the point of view of people from mainland China who come to the territory, often illegally, to make more money than they could…
One of the more bankable entries screened at Venice this year, Raul Ruiz's "Son of Two Mothers or the Comedy of Innocence" is an eerie tale of a boy who suddenly decides his real mother is another…
Will Tyrer and Chris Ball's Newmarket Group will launch its domestic distribution arm with the March 9 release of the Newmarket-produced "Memento," starring Guy Pearce and Carrie-Anne Moss. Pic…
"Beautiful," Sally Field's decidedly unexciting feature directorial debut, aims to say something relevant about American society's preoccupation with appearances at the expense of such qualities as…
Wim Wenders' Road Movies Filmproduktion and regional pubcaster WDR have agreed to produce a slate of films to be shot with new state-of-the-art digital film cameras.
Will Ferrell has joined the cast of Paramount Pictures' "Zoolander," which starts shooting today.
The Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday announced new movie marketing policies and clarified existing ones.