Neal H. Moritz, who produced Mandalay Entertainment's teen slasher pic "I Know What You Did Last Summer," has extended his company Original Film's deal with Columbia, studio prexy Amy Pascal…
Tom Rothman, 20th Century Fox president of film production, will chair the Independent Feature Project's 1998 Gotham Awards, where Hallmark Entertainment president of worldwide production David…
Amy Brenneman, Craig Bierko, Bridgette Wilson and Will Ferrell have joined the cast of Donal Lardner Ward's dramatic comedy "The Suburbans."
October Films, the majority-owned arthouse division of Universal Pictures, has promoted Susan Glatzer to vice president of acquisitions and production, and Peter Kalmbach and Amanda Klein to…
Teen thesp Anna Paquin has joined the cast of Miramax Films' romantic comedy "She's All That."
Robert Sugalski, a screenwriter who recently completed work with writing partner Michael Apostolina on “Planet Deb” for New Line Cinema, died May 22 of AIDS complications in Los Angeles. He was 38…
Five days after its initial impact, "Armageddon" is clearly no global killer. Buena Vista's megabudgeted, heavily-hyped sci-fi actioner "Armageddon" dug up a studio-estimated $34.8 million over the…
The rules for the 71st Academy Awards next year will be a little different than in years past.
For the second time this summer, big box office buzz turned out to be mainly static. "Armageddon's" debut fell far short of last year's Independence Day opener, Sony's "Men in Black," which racked up…
Sci-fi maven Gregory Widen has inked to write and direct the fourth installment of the swashbuckling "Highlander" franchise, "Highlander: The Search for Connor," for Miramax-owned Dimension Films.
Dan Rosen, the tyro writer-director of the indie black comedy "Dead Man's Curve," is set to make his studio directing debut on New Line Cinema's comedy "Planet Deb."
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