A sensitively directed but overly predictable tale of three characters in search of, or running away from, their roots, "Away From Home" is sporadically likable until it gets lost in an ending that…
Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" is the American Film Institute's pick for the most thrilling film of all time, as revealed on Tuesday's CBS special "AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Thrills."
Jonathan Bing: The Write Stuff
Brett Ratner is in negotiations to receive about $4 million to direct "Red Dragon," the adaptation of Thomas Harris' 1981 bestselling crime thriller featuring Dr. Hannibal Lecter, for Universal…
Sitting atop the B.O. last weekend in all 22 markets where its flag is flying, "Pearl Harbor" is generating big bucks and in most cases outgunning "Armageddon" to post record debuts for Buena Vista…
Gordon Steel's the Steel Co. has signed an agreement to represent Korea's CJ Entertainment on a worldwide basis, with a particular focus on serving as the company's analyst and consultant for the…
Columbia Pictures has acquired Alex Torres' action laffer "Hit the Misses" for $200,000 against half a million dollars.
Summit Entertainment and Newmarket Group, which teamed to produce "Memento," have anted up mid-six figures to acquire the thriller spec "The Key Man" from tyro scribe Michael Konyves.
Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment, Roland Emmerich's Centropolis Entertainment and Bob Cooper's Landscape Entertainment have teamed to produce "Cyber Love Story," penned by Ron Bass. Emmerich is…
Like a baseball slugger chasing a home run title in a shortened season, Disney's reduced slate of movie releases this year has thrown into jeopardy the Mouse House's usual No. 1 claim on box office…
Last January, Miramax co-chair Harvey Weinstein made USA Today reporter Andy Seiler an offer he couldn't refuse.