Seventh Art Releasing has picked up North American rights to Israel's Oscar submission, "Yana's Friends," from director Arik Kaplun.
X-Men" finally has its f/x team. After months of stalling, 20th Century Fox has awarded f/x houses Digital Domain, Kleiser Walczak Construction, Cinesite, Hammerhead Prods., Matte World, CORE and POP…
“Bicentennial Man’s” Wendy Crewson will play Arnold Schwarzenegger’s wife in Roger Spottiswoode’s futuristic actioner “The Sixth Day.” Crewson recently wrapped “What Lies Beneath” with Harrison Ford…
A dark horse has emerged as the winner of the final New York Times film critic spot.
Matt Davis, five months ago an unknown student from Utah, will share top billing in Joel Schumacher's next pic, "Tigerland."
One of Japan's most controversial directors, Nagisa Oshim,a ended a 13-year helming absence when his new movie about homosexual liaisons that almost destroy a band of samurai had its world bow Monday.
A long list of French film directors Monday distanced themselves from a crusade against French critics accused of panning homegrown films.
In a preemptive bid, New Line Cinema is near a deal with scribe Seth Pearlman to purchase his spec script "Billy Two Sugars." The writer will be paid a mid-six-figure sum. Helmer Brett Ratner ("Rush…
Centropolis Entertainment has used its discretionary fund to acquire Larry Cohen's "Cellular" for $750,000.
BVI's foreign debutante "Toy Story 2" and "End of Days," along with UIP's "The World Is Not Enough," dominated the overseas box office in a weekend where the competition mostly ducked for cover.
Demonstrations and stalled talks at the World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle last week seemed to embolden European filmmakers and government officials at the 12th annual European Film Awards…