Tim Allen will host the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' salute to the 70th anniversary of USC's School of Cinema-Television on Sept. 30.
Oscar winner George C. Scott, the gravel-voiced and granite-faced actor who was best at portraying the vulnerability beneath the gruff exterior of his characters, died Wednesday at his home in…
The ethos of American business is scrutinized in "The Big Kahuna," a small-scale, intimate drama that juxtaposes various attitudes toward work as represented by three men in different phases of their…
Spanish private broadcaster Tele 5 has unveiled a 12-film slate, which almost overnight establishes it as one of the country's most powerful producers.
The thunderous skies aren't cooperating, but it doesn't matter -- everyone is at the movies, warm and dry.
New Line Cinema has signed screenwriter Michael McCullers, who co-wrote "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me," with Mike Myers, to a first-look development and production deal.
Telewest plans to conduct extensive video-on-demand trials early next year, well before fellow cable operator NTL implements its own recently announced VOD plans.
The Nederlands Film Festival opened the 19th edition of its annual showcase of film and TV talent Tuesday with Dutch filmers on a new and more commercial high as they prepared to honor the industry's…
For the third summer in a row, Disney plans to release a major film starring Bruce Willis. He is set to headline helmer Jon Turteltaub's next film -- "The Kid."
TV and movie industry content codes deem most violent movies as acceptable for teen audiences, according to a study released Thursday by a Washington-based public interest group.