"Angel Baby" helmer Michael Rymer will direct Halle Berry and Joanne Baron in the improvisatory indie feature "Victims of Fashion."
Top honors were split at the 14th Guadalajara Muestra, or showcase, of Mexican film, which attracted more international interest than past fests.
Paramount and producer Scott Rudin will remake "The Stepford Wives," the 1974 film adaptation of Ira Levin's horror novel. Par will pay $1 million against $2.5 million for rights to the property.
"L.A. Confidential" director and co-screenwriter Curtis Hanson has been appointed the first chairman of UCLA's Film and Television Archive.
The kind of cinematic lark that was probably more fun to shoot than it is to watch -- and no doubt way more fun to conceptualize than either -- "Palmer's Pick-Up" plays like a stoner in-joke so…
The number of Oscar night parties has easily doubled since '97: Unlike last year with "Titanic," more films are legitimate contenders, leading to more hopeful studios; businesses have seen the…
Playwright-director Stephen Sach tackles adoptees' "right to know" about their birth parents in "Mother's Day," but his sojourn into the monumentally dysfunctional lives of middle-aged marrieds…
Just a few days after its publishing sale, October Films has optioned first-time novelist Howard Roughan's untitled, partial manuscript for Michael Douglas' Furthur Films.
Cleverly constructed, and warmly rather than wildly funny, "Love Scenes From Planet Earth" is one of those Munich-set romantic comedies, smoothly played and helmed, that are thoroughly entertaining…
Continuing its aggressive foray into the teen market, Universal Pictures has taken domestic rights to the $15 million fraternity thriller "The Skulls."
In an unprecedented show of solidarity, Jackie Chan led an estimated 1,500 protesters Wednesday in a march through the central business district to protest the escalating trade in pirated goods.