Miramax Films senior vice president of production Bobby Cohen is leaving the company to hang out his shingle, which will have a long-term production deal with the studio.
Shawn Hatosy (“In & Out”) will star opposite Freddie Prinze Jr. and Julia Stiles in the Kris Isaacson-helmed romantic drama “Down to You” for Miramax Films. Hatosy will play a frat-guy party animal…
Moving forward with the fifth in the series, Universal has inked a deal with "Child's Play" creator Don Mancini to write and direct the next installment of the profitable horror franchise…
Morgan Freeman will star in, and his company Revelations Entertainment will produce with Ed Solomon's Infinite Monkeys, a serio-comedy project titled "Chief" for Paramount Pictures.
Phoenix Pictures will retell the tale of "Urban Legend" with a deal to buy Scott Derrickson and Paul Harris Boardman's pitch for a sequel to the teen pic.
Filmfest D.C. has unveiled the slate for its 13th annual Intl. Film Festival, which caters to Washington's large diplomatic community with a heavy dose of foreign films that might not otherwise be…
Gramercy's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" remained on top of the exclusives roster in its second weekend. The British caper pic rang up $97,185 on six screens on both coasts.
The Academy reminds its 5,557 members that their ballots are due at the PricewaterhouseCoopers offices by 5 p.m. this afternoon. In what will be his second appearance on an Oscar telecast, Val…
Globo Filmes, a division of media giant Globo, is hunting for U.S. distribution partners in its effort to become Brazil's principal production house.
New movies about unconventional Indian woman are facing flak not from censors but from axe-wielding politicos.
In a golden first quarter for Spain's local cinema, Alex de la Iglesia's "Dying of Laughter" has trounced local-pic release records with a first-weekend gross of $1.82 million.