U.S. films continue to trickle into China after being approved by a cumbersome bureaucratic process involving China Film and the Ministry of Radio, Film and Television.
Linda Fiorentino was sued Tuesday by German producer Art Oko Film, which claims that the actress' prima donna conduct led to the demise of the Georgia O'Keefe biopic "Till the End of Time."
Danish director Lars von Trier's new $9 million feature, "Dogville," will shoot after any U.S. writers and actors strikes, as thesp Nicole Kidman is too busy with "The Hour" to meet the pic's…
Distant Horizon has acquired worldwide distribution rights to Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Kairo" from Japan's Daiei Co. Pic will premiere in the Un Certain Regard category at the Cannes Film Festival.
French film group Bac Majestic has posted 2000 revenues of 78.94 million euros ($70.61 million), up 28% on 1999.
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Peyton Reed ("Bring It On") has been brought on to develop and direct "Fantastic Four" for 20th Century Fox.
IFC Films has acquired domestic distribution for Jesse Peretz's comedy "The Chateau," which stars Paul Rudd ("The Cider House Rules") and Romany Malco. Pic made its North American preem April 22 at…
In an eight-figure deal, Walt Disney Pictures has made a preemptive purchase of "Signs," a thriller with supernatural overtones that M. Night Shyamalan wrote and will direct in the fall.
Due to his continued illness, Marlon Brando will be unable to complete the filming of his cameo role in "Scary Movie 2."
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