While Imagine Entertainment has lowered an iron curtain of secrecy around its remake of the Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Psycho," details on the casting continue to run to the light.
Hoping to show that Hell or even "Godzilla" hath no fury like two best friends scorned, 20th Century Fox has acquired Marcus Gautesen's spec "This Means War," to which Martin Lawrence is attached to…
Hoping to generate more buzz among moviegoers, 20th Century Fox has postponed for one week the national release of its Warren Beatty-helmed political satire, "Bulworth."
Actors Paul Francis ("Sparkle and Charm") and Angel Boris ("Suicide Blonde") have been cast in two of the leads for the Trimark Pictures thriller "Warlock: The End of Innocence," which shoots at the…
Bill Cable, an actor and stuntman, died March 7 in Los Angeles of complications resulting from a motorcycle accident he suffered 18 months earlier. He was 52.
Rumors swirled around MGM Wednesday about a deal in the works that could mean as much as $10 million for a spec script by Brian DePalma and Jay Cocks. The stratospheric sum would include DePalma's…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired U.S., U.K., Scandinavian and Benelux rights to "John Carpenter's Vampires" from Largo Entertainment.
Entertainment productions spent $6.4 billion in the San Fernando Valley during 1996, underscoring the area's growing connection to one of California's biggest industries, according to a report issued…
Universal and Jersey Films are near a deal for a biopic of Groucho Marx that will be hatched by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, the scribes who wrote the Jersey-produced Andy Kaufman biopic…
Emanuele Crialese's comic love story "Once We Were Strangers" was named the best American feature at the 1998 Avignon/New York Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday. "Strangers," which premiered in…