Daniel Sladek and his producing partner Chris Taaffe have made a deal with the Jewish National Fund to produce a feature film based on the life of Zionist movement founder Theodor Herzl.
Miramax co-head Harvey Weinstein may end up leading a rousing rendition of "In the Navy" if the company solidifies a deal with Tribeca Prods. to build a $160 million film and TV studio in the…
Despite MPAA topper Jack Valenti's best efforts at "popcorn diplomacy," China is still refusing to give U.S. studios greater access to the largest market in the world.
Writer-director Cameron Crowe nearly has completed casting his untitled DreamWorks comedy, and leading his ensemble will be Kate Hudson in the role of a female groupie and Billy Crudup as the leader…
"The Dreamlife of Angels" may be the feature debut of Erick Zonca -- a 41-year-old Gallic helmer with only three shorts on his resume -- but it is the sort of stirring, assured filmmaking normally…
Sigourney Weaver is near a deal to star with Tim Allen in "Galaxy Quest," a sci-fi comedy for DreamWorks to be directed by Dean Parisot and produced by Mark Johnson.
"Waterworld" director Kevin Reynolds and "Pulp Fiction" producer Lawrence Bender are headed south of the border for a new action comedy, "The Mexican."
Willem Dafoe has pacted to star in "Shadow of the Vampire" and then segues to China for "Pavilion of Women."
Just a week after netting a record profit -- roughly $25 million -- from the Oscar telecast, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is donating $250,000 to 21 college and community film…
For most of its running time, "The Secret Path" is a simplistic, terribly earnest story of race relations in the Old South until it turns into something far stranger -- a tonally flat drama that…
After 10 years of writing, Thomas Harris has turned in "Hannibal," his novel sequel to "The Silence of the Lambs," which was turned into the 1990 film that won five Oscars.