The Hamptons Film Festival got down to business Thursday afternoon, with a host of world preems, including Harry Ralston's "The Last Man" and "Angel's Ladies."
Filmmakers working on a silent-movie retrospective have discovered what is thought to be the only existing complete copy of German director Robert Wiene's 1923 silent film "I.N.R.I." (Crown of…
Spyglass Entertainment -- leaving no time for anyone else even to nibble -- has preemptively gobbled up "Borrowed Time" in its first pitch purchase to date.
Teenage country star LeAnn Rimes is attached to star in the Warner Bros. father-daughter drama "Emily's Song," which would be her feature film acting debut.
Tim Roth is in negotiations to join the cast of the Paramount/DreamWorks co-production "Numbers," for director Nora Ephron.
Fox won't have to wait long to find out how much fight is left in "Fight Club." A few more hours should tell the tale of the tape.
Riley Weston has sold "Damaged" as a pitch to Artisan Entertainment. Weston, now 33, was lifted from relative obscurity to infamy as a TV writer and sometime thesp on the WB's "Felicity" after she…
Helmer Stephen Herek ("Mr. Holland's Opus") has committed to direct "Metal God" for Warner Bros. and Maysville Prods.
The 19th annual Hawaii Intl. Film Festival, to be held Nov. 5-12, will feature 18 American premieres and four world preems.
Robert De Niro is close to a $15 million "Score": he's in final negotiations to topline Mandalay Pictures' "The Score," a suspenser that the company had been developing.
The California road show rolled into London on Thursday as Motion Picture Assn. of America head Jack Valenti and the British Film Commission hosted a lunch for governor Gray Davis.