Director Roman Polanski became a lifelong member of France's illustrious Academie des Beaux Arts (Academy of Fine Arts) on Wednesday in a star-studded ceremony.
Georgia-born French helmer Otar Iosseliani's "Adieu, plancher des vaches" (Farewell, Home Sweet Home) won Gaul's most prestigious cinema prize, the Prix Louis Delluc, Wednesday in a ceremony at the…
There's nothing like a sequel to bump a star's salary. Chris Tucker was paid $3 million for the original New Line comedy "Rush Hour," which was his last film. He'll get $20 million for "Rush Hour 2."
Sony Pictures Family Entertainment has optioned the rights to develop the cult TV classics "H.R. Pufnstuf" and "The Land of the Lost" for the bigscreen.
DreamWorks has acquired domestic distribution rights to Woody Allen's "Small Time Crooks." The deal for the rights closed at about $12 million. "Crooks" was budgeted at about $30 million.
Marty Katz Prods., which recently signed a first-look deal with Dimension Films, has optioned the screenplay "Silver Metal Lover" by Randal Kleiser, based on Tanith Lee's novel "The Silver Metal…
On the heels of the successful opening weekend of "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo," the pic's scribe Harris Goldberg has sold an untitled pitch to Warner Bros. for a mid-six-figure pricetag.
Tony Goldwyn has inked to star opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in Phoenix Pictures' "On the Sixth Day."
The great Oscar moments of the '90s range from the truly hilarious to the deeply moving. The highlight (and low lights) of the show live on in the memory long after everyone's forgotten who won what…
Drumming up some buzz for "The Cider House Rules," the American Cinematheque is rolling out a 14-film retrospective on "Cider" star Michael Caine.
You wouldn't know it from looking at the site, but Oscar's new home is slowly becoming more than just an architect's pipe dream.