Largely on the strength of its appeal to college and high school kids, Mandalay and Sony's "I Know What You Did Last Summer" opened to a spectacular $15.8 million.
While "My Best Friend's Wedding," "Contact," "The Full Monty" and several other U.S. hits continued to reap tidy sums overseas last weekend, Hollywood had to take a back seat to homegrown releases in…
Leveraged buyout giant Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is already looking over United Artists Theater Circuit after confirming Monday it had agreed to buy Norman Lear's Act III Theaters for $665 million in…
New Line's "Boogie Nights" set the exclusives roster on fire, knocking Fox Searchlight's "The Ice Storm" from the top spot.
In a groundbreaking move, Capitol Records has pacted with Miramax Films in a three-year joint venture to co-finance the development of soundtracks and other albums.
Innovative film and theater director Robert Lepage begins principal photography on "No," his third theatrical feature, this week.
Amid one of the quietest Mifeds for deal-making in memory, London-based Capitol Films bucked the trend by closing a flurry of sales on its eclectic slate of British, American and Irish movies.
Supermodel Rachel Hunter is set to star in Filmwave Pictures' "Isn't It Romantic?" for helmer Rick Rosenthal, the company announced Monday.
Warner Bros., looking to capitalize on Casper Van Dien's rising star status from Sony's upcoming "Starship Troopers," has snagged the U.S. and Canadian rights to Village Roadshow's "Tarzan Jungle…
Setting its sights on a possible summer event pic, Warner Bros. has optioned "The Mercury Effect," a sci-fi action spec by newcomer Alexander Torres for producer Jerry Weintraub.
The fourth of Richard Hobert's films based on the seven deadly sins, "Run for Your Life" is his best so far, a dark and hard-hitting look at racism and hostility against foreigners in contempo…