Two of Italy's most accomplished actors, Antonio Albanese and Fabrizio Bentivoglio, make a formidable team in director Carlo Mazzacurati's "Holy Tongue," a delicate comedy about friendship, failure…
A favorite son of Columbia Pictures of late, scribe John August has snared a seven-figure payday for his latest opus, an untitled horror pitch. The pitch centers on three explorers searching for…
Brit executive producer Jeremy Thomas ("The Last Emperor") has optioned J.G. Ballard's latest book, "Super Cannes."
The dean of Portuguese cinema, Manoel de Oliveira, has blazed an arthouse career with literary adaptations and mind-teasers. In "Word and Utopia," he makes a script out of the collected sermons of a…
Writer-director Kimberly Peirce, whose feature debut "Boys Don't Cry" won Hilary Swank an Academy Award, has signed a first-look deal with New Line Cinema.
The CineTel Films' drama "A Rumor of Angels" has been acquired for North American distribution by Brad Krevoy's Motion Picture Corp. of America, which will release the film theatrically later this…
British helmer Sally Potter, who leapt to critical attention with her 1992 adaptation of Virginia Woolf's "Orlando" and got mixed reviews for "The Tango Lesson," makes a serious misstep with "The Man…
Matthew Davis ("Tigerland," "Urban Legend: Final Cut") is in final talks to star opposite Reese Witherspoon ("Cruel Intentions") in MGM's "Legally Blonde."
Hollywood took a resounding pounding Wednesday from top Democrats and Republicans, who threatened to legislate and regulate if the entertainment industry doesn't respond adequately to charges that it…
Following up on his 1997 sci-fi cyber journey "Nirvana," Gabriele Salvatores provides further evidence of a flair for visual invention and skilled deployment of effects that makes him perhaps unique…
"The Blair Witch Project" co-helmer Dan Myrick will team up with actor-scribe J.D. Shapiro on "Salvage," a "Mad Max"-style post-apocalyptic pic.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions