Touchstone Pictures has acquired Dennis Osborne's comedy, "Boomerang," for a low- against mid-six figure sum.
Cauleen Smith's "Drylongso" has won the Grand Jury Prize for best feature at the third Urbanworld Film Festival, which wrapped last weekend here. Five other prizes were given --mostly to newcomers -…
The summer B.O. overseas went up another notch last weekend, powered by a slew of new releases and aided by overcast weather in parts of Europe.
Victor Mature, the beefy leading man of the '40s and '50s whose films included "Kiss of Death" and "Samson and Delilah," died Wednesday in Rancho Santa Fe following a three-year battle with cancer…
Disney has paid mid- to low-six figures to option novelist Meg Cabot's book "The Princess Diaries" for Whitney Houston's production shingle Brownhouse Prods. to develop into a family-oriented feature…
In its first acquisition as the new specialized division of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, United Artists Films is in advanced negotiations to buy all North American rights to the romantic comedy "Things You…
Terry Castle, daughter of the late William Castle, horror film director and producer known for his B horror classics of the late 1950s and 1960s, is relaunching William Castle Prods.
Regent Entertainment has tapped Karen Leigh Hopkins to direct the romantic comedy "A Woman's a Helluva Thing" from her own script.
Putting the finishing touches on the lineup for its upcoming 56th edition, the Venice Intl. Film Festival has announced several additional entries, including the world premiere of David Fincher's…
Coppola cuts ‘Supernova’ Francis Ford Coppola, who is rapidly becoming Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s chief troubleshooter, has become the latest director to turn his attention to saving the studio’s troubled…
Screenwriter Christopher Fink marks his directorial debut with the independently financed romantic comedy "Moving August."