Regent Entertainment has picked up worldwide rights to "The Annihilation of Fish," starring Lynn Redgrave and James Earl Jones, with plans for a theatrical release this fall. Regent Intl. will handle…
U.K. cinema admissions for January reached 11.6 million, up 9.5% from a year earlier.
Fred Willard's bio explicitly states that he's the Everyman, an apt description considering that the comedian has spent the better part of his career mimicking the idiosyncrasies and hypocrisies of…
Oscar hopefuls "Almost Famous" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" each earned four awards at the 13th annual Chicago Film Critics Awards, held at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Monday.
Denmark's main producers of Dogma product, Zentropa Entertainments and Nimbus Film, have entered a domestic output deal with Nordisk Film Biografdistribution for all films -- an estimated six to…
With Hannibal Lecter as master chef, the foreign B.O. sizzled last weekend as "Hannibal" devoured approximately $21.2 million from scintillating bows in 15 territories and holdovers in seven markets…
Miramax Films has paid about $1 million for U.S., Australian and New Zealand distribution rights to Myriad Pictures' "Tangled." Thriller stars Rachael Leigh Cook, Shawn Hatosy and Jonathan…
The British Board of Film Classification has passed the controversial French movie "Baise-moi" (Rape Me) for U.K. distribution, with one 10-second cut.
Helmer Simon West's upcoming "Tomb Raider," based on the popular computer game, is the first international production to benefit from the new Icelandic incentive scheme, introduced Jan. 1.
The stammering. The pausing. Eccentric characters surround him. Dealing with the confusion of it all. These are traits that characterize Bob Newhart's quirky, often imitated persona.
The legal battle between German distributor-financier Intertainment Licensing and Elie Samaha's Franchise Pictures took a bizarre turn Monday. Intertainment released a document that outlines, the…