The American Museum of the Moving Image will bolster the revival of interest in Mel Brooks with a retrospective, "Vulgar Genius: The Movies of Mel Brooks," running July 7-15.
It was an all-action weekend overseas as "Pearl Harbor" wowed Mexico, "The Mummy Returns" blazed a trail through the Far East and "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" had a lusty launch in Singapore…
Henry Bromell, who made his feature debut as the writer-director of the "Panic," which premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, has been tapped to helm "The Baker's Son" for Alcon Entertainment…
Latina thesp Tia Texada will join Eriq La Salle, Michael Beach, Ronny Cox and Steven Weber in La Salle's directorial debut "Crazy as Hell," and she has inked with manager Matt Luber at Career…
Warner Bros. has coughed up low- against mid-six figures for Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman's script "The Inferno" on behalf of Silver Pictures.
A rigorous account of the final days in the life of Giovanni De Medici, who embraced his role as a soldier with an almost religious devotion and fervor, "The Profession of Arms" is veteran Italian…
In a mid-six-figure deal, Miramax Films has acquired U.S. and all English-speaking Canadian rights to "The Son's Room," Nanni Moretti's Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or winner.
Putting plenty of sizzle into the early summer season, "Pearl Harbor" reigned last week in all 22 markets where its flag is flying, while "The Mummy Returns" electrified Japan and Thailand, and…
Russia's national film showcase Kinotavr wrapped Thursday in Sochi with a ceremony that had many observers questioning the jury's impartiality.
Mexican helmer Alfonso Cuaron's return to Spanish-lingo filmmaking, "Y Tu Mama Tambien" (And Your Mother Too), has broken Mexican B.O. records for local productions in its opening week.
Jean Rochefort is fully recovered from the injury that forced him to pull out of Terry Gilliam's $32 million "Don Quixote," derailing the project last October, and he is getting ready to shoot his…