Warner Bros. has taken a bite out of a pitch called "Cats and Dogs" from scribes Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.
Brimming with royal intrigue, court conspiracies, sex, violence, treachery, bloodshed and even a touch of cross-dressing, "Elizabeth" is superior historical soap opera that shrewdly sidesteps all the…
Producer Alexander Tabrizi, formerly behind Tri Vision Pictures, has joined Mastermind Entertainment as president of worldwide production.
Gramercy's "Your Friends and Neighbors" stayed on top of the exclusives roster during the Labor Day weekend.
The American Society of Cinematographers is looking for entries to its 13th annual Outstanding Achievement Award competition for television episodic series, movies of the week/pilots and miniseries.
Rob Lowe is preparing to get shagadelic as he winds up negotiations to rejoin his "Wayne's World" co-star Mike Myers in the sequel to the 1997 hit spypic goof, "Austin Powers: International Man of…
Steven Spielberg dearly wanted to shoot all of "Saving Private Ryan," on location in Normandy where the Allies landed, but withering costs stopped him, the director revealed over the weekend.
Lela Rochon, currently onscreen in two of the weekend's top 10 films, in talks to join Kyra Sedgwick and Rob Morrow in the indie romantic comedy "Labor Pains."
The last blast of the summer is an exuberantly cheesy action opus featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Rob Schneider as an improbable pair of gung-ho heroes.
The Telluride Film Festival, the annual smalltown Colorado mountain event dedicated to a love of cinema old and new, celebrated its 25th anniversary over the Labor Day weekend with a glittering array…
"Dancing at Lughnasa" reps a conventionally elegiac screen adaptation of Brian Friel's outstanding play about the turning point in the lives of five Irish sisters.