The Australian arms of U.S. majors are angry over a gov-ernment agency's attempt to regulate the terms they negotiate with exhibitors.
Six months after producers were fighting for the right to make Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst's feature directorial debut, it's no clearer what or that film could be or when it will happen.
Sony's high-profile biopic "Ali" is floating like a butterfly to Christmas Day. Michael Mann-helmed drama had been set for a Dec. 7 bow, and at one point distrib mulled a Dec. 14 launch until…
Warner Bros. Pictures and Mexican media conglom Televisa have joined forces to develop two untitled English-language features, one of which will be produced by Robert Lawrence Prods., the other by…
Dimension Films has acquired the action pitch "Alone in the Dark," from writer Hans Rodionoff.
Veteran Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni celebrated his 89th birthday Saturday by announcing his return to work.
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Sobini Films has optioned the feature rights to British novelist Graham Joyce's "Dark Sister," with Lawrence O'Neil ("Breast Men") attached to adapt and direct.
Staying put is becoming popular. As a result of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Hollywood is starting to put the brakes on runaway production to less costly locations.
The studio lots became virtual parking lots last week as intensive new security measures brought visitor traffic to a near standstill.
Warner Bros.' imminent re-release of Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" in 70mm is prompting some to wonder: Is the format alive? Could it mount a commercial comeback? The answers seem to be…