Call it the deal that would not die. On again, off again negotiations to place David Fincher at the helm of David Koepp's $4 million spec "The Panic Room" for Columbia seem close to yielding an…
Patrick Le Lay, chief of French free TV network TF1, has revealed plans to make the first European remake of an American film.
Return the wedding gifts, the pending marriage between Imagine Entertainment and DreamWorks SKG has been called off, and it doesn't look like the two will enter an altared state anytime soon.
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Harvey and Bob Weinstein have extended their agreement to co-chair Miramax Films for Disney for seven more years.
Darren Aronofsky, Barbara Kopple and John Waters are among helmers lined up to participate in this year's American Directors at Cannes press conference.
Producers have confirmed that Gary Oldman will join Anthony Hopkins and Julianne Moore in director Ridley Scott's "Hannibal," which starts principal photography Monday in Florence, Italy. Produced by…
Miramax's book and film divisions have inked a two-book deal for first-time novelist John Monroe, with a film option on the first book, "57, Chicago."
Fine Line Features, the specialty arm of New Line Cinema, is establishing a London-based sales office that will focus solely on negotiating foreign-rights deals for Fine Line pics, the company said.
After Monday's "Gladiator" preem at the Academy, it was mentioned to exec producer Walter Parkes that when the pic's reviews appear it will be subjected to a torrent of the…
MGM and multimedia group Atlas Entertainment/Gold-Miller/Third Rail have pacted to form a four-year, first-look co-production and co-financing deal.
As Wolfgang Petersen hurries to complete the Warner Bros. film "The Perfect Storm" for June 30 release, he has jumped into a deal he feels is a perfect opportunity to emerge as an event film producer…