Via his Company of Wolves banner, Neil Jordan ("The Crying Game") has optioned novelist Peter Carey's "The True History of the Kelly Gang" with the intention of adapting it himself. Jordan's partner…
Critics hail them as "shorter than the Oscars." Jeff Craig of 60 Second Preview raves, "More brief than my reviews!" They are the Golden Trailer Awards. And they'll be handed out in Gotham on Jan. 14.
Jean-Jacques Annaud's World War II epic "Enemy at the Gates" has been chosen as the opening night film at this year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
Some projects are launched with a lot of money, a lot of fanfare and a lot of anticipation. And the rest is silence. In 1979, United Artists paid $2.5 million for Gay Talese's "Thy Neighbor's Wife."…
It's coming down to the wire for Tim Allen, one of the last A-list actors still uncommitted to a pre-strike film.
Jeanne Moreau will become the first female member of the Academie des Beaux Arts (Academy of Fine Arts), France's most illustrious arts institution, in an official ceremony today.
The number of movie tickets sold in Romania last year rose for the first time since 1989.
Maybe it was millennium fever, but in 2000 the industry as a whole wasn't quite as healthy as the penultimate year of the century: Tepid summer B.O., looming strikes, exhibitors going bankrupt, a…
Amazon.com isn't slowing down to heed caution signs from USA Films over the video release of "Traffic." The e-tailer has posted on its site a street date of June 14, a suggested retail DVD price of…
Centropolis Entertainment, the producing team of director Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, will no longer call Columbia Pictures home. Their three-year deal will be allowed to expire in February, and…
Fathom Motion Picture Co. has acquired the rights to 1997 Hope Campbell novel "Legend of the Lost Earth."