Polish box office was up by almost 40% last year, with 27 million tickets sold in the country of 39 million people, according to the territory's Committee for Cinema.
In a twist on the traditional media coverage of a star at a movie premiere, Leonardo DiCaprio’s personal media covered Wednesday’s preem of “The Beach.” The star’s Web site (www.leonardodicaprio.com)…
The "Matrix"-blessed matrimony between Warner Bros. and Australia-based Village Roadshow has grown so strong that they've gone to the altar and renewed vows on a production commitment, which will…
Ahh, the prodigy. Not the British techno-metal act, mind you, but the child genius of whatever genre, always a jaw-dropper for their precociousness, be it instrumental or vocal. This 14-year-old…
Jane Fonda has been named a presenter for the Oscar 2000 telecast, which will mark her first appearance on the show since 1992.
Charlize Theron is near a deal to star alongside Keanu Reeves in the remake of the 1968 film "Sweet November" for Warner Bros. and Bel Air.
Paramount has paid six figures for the screen rights to "The Man Who Loved Cat Burgling," an article by Skip Hollandsworth that appears in the February issue of Texas Monthly, for Lynda Obst Prods…
Investment in U.K.-based film production rose 35% in 1999 to £574.4 million ($919 million), thanks entirely to a surge of foreign-financed pics shooting in Britain.
Kevin Spacey starrer "The Big Kahuna" will kick off the 15th annual Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, which has packed 20 world and 16 U.S. preems in its screening lineup.
Not satisfied with reforming television networks, NAACP topper Kweisi Mfume is setting his sights on Hollywood's film studios and agencies.