On the eve of the Cannes Film Festival, Behaviour Communications pre-emptively acquired the Canadian rights to Paul Auster's solo directorial debut "Lulu on the Bridge" from London's Capitol Films.
A clever idea doesn't fire on all cylinders in "Martha - Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence," an upbeat romantic comedy about an American gal's entanglements with three Brits in London.
"Titanic" has become the most-seen film in Brazilian history and has helped drive a surge in overall B.O. revenues.
"Naked Gun" meets "Titanic." That's the premise of a spoof script bought by New Line Cinema that makes fun of Jim Cameron's Oscar-bedecked mega-blockbuster.
Warner Bros. has inked a negative pickup deal to acquire and distribute worldwide indie comedy "Je M'Appelle Crawford," starring British actor Craig Ferguson, who's also a regular on ABC sitcom "The…
Kiddie actioner "Small Soldiers" is coming not only to a theater near you but to a theme park, a burger chain and a slew of auto racetracks too.
Rosaleen Rogers, wife of Donald Rogers, retired senior VP of the Warner Bros. Studios sound department, died March 26 of cancer at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Calabasas. She was 64.
Kingman Films Intl., the production company founded by 32-year-old Taiwanese entrepreneur Arthur Chang, plans to give $1 million in prizes to 10 writers who enter and win Kingman's scriptwriting…
Former film archivist James Christie Wagner, who more recently served in various TV production capacities, died Feb. 22 of heart failure at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena. He was 54.
Actors John Hannah and Arnold Vosloo have joined the cast of Universal Pictures' "The Mummy," which began principal photography last week in Marrakech, Morocco, with Stephen Sommers at the helm.
Gloria Belgard, mother of publicist Steve Belgard, died April 17 of heart failure in West Palm Beach, Fla. She was 75.