True to its promise made a year ago, China has neither cracked down on Hong Kong nor done the city's ailing film industry any special favors.
Rising young stars Freddy Prinze Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook will topline the teen romantic comedy "She's All That" which Miramax is readying for a mid-August shoot.
Columbia Pictures has lassoed Gus Van Sant to direct "Brokeback Mountain," a love story about two gay cowboys.
Len Lesser, best known for his role as "Uncle Leo" in NBC's "Seinfeld," has inked to star in Oracle Prods.' indie feature "Fireflies," which begins shooting July 27 in New York.
Clayton Moore, who rode to fame as "The Lone Ranger," will be honored with the Founder's Award at the 16th Annual Golden Boot Awards presentation Aug. 15 at the Century Plaza Hotel.
The Directors Guild of America's national board voted Saturday to make a $50,000 contribution to the National Film Preservation Foundation, created by an Act of Congress in 1996 to raise private…
After a multimillion-dollar PR countdown, "Armageddon" blasted off Monday night with a splashy world preem at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Frankly, Scarlett, audiences still give a damn. New Line Cinema's restored version of Victor Fleming's 1939 classic "Gone With the Wind" swept into first place on the exclusives roster.
Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) is unwittingly drumming up publicity for a new documentary about himself titled "Dear Jesse."
As distribs continued to complain of hot weather in Europe and the World Cup denting the overseas box office, some pics staged fine foreign preems over the weekend, including Fox's "Dr. Dolittle,"…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America failed in its effort to win a bigger piece of the copyright royalty pie paid by the cable industry.
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