At Saturday’s “G.I. Jane” sneak preview, the percentage of audience members who rated the film excellent or very good was in the mid-80s to low-90s. This figure was wrong in Monday’s box office…
John Sayles' latest film, "Men With Guns," will be screened as a world premiere gala presentation at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, which runs Sept. 4-13.
Signaling hope for the various screenplays that have lost their way over the years, Fox 2000 has struck a deal with Kings Road Entertainment for the film rights to "The Vulgarians," a project that…
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In the ever-mystifying world of Hollywood severance packages, studio presidents and chairmen who quit (or are ousted) are routinely given production deals.
The Massachusetts Legislature has raised the ire of the Motion Picture Assn. of America with a bill that would make it illegal to use the name, portrait, picture, voice or any part of an individual's…
Diane Keaton, alternating between directing and acting assignments, has inked as a thesp for "The Other Sister" under Garry Marshall's helm for Touchstone Pictures, the studio confirmed Monday.
Sony Pictures Classics' "In the Company of Men" rebuffed overtures from October's "Career Girls" to remain on top of the exclusives roster for the second week.
Fresh off his co-starring stint in Kevin Costner's "The Postman," Larenz Tate is in final talks to star as '50s teen rock sensation Frankie Lyman in Rhino Films' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" for…
The one-two punch of Warner Bros.' "Conspiracy Theory" and Sony's "Air Force One" led the weekend's top 60 films to a $94.1 million total.
After a disappointing first quarter, movie attendance is up 3% in France for the first half of the year compared with the same period last year, according to the French Film Federation .
On the face of it, Peter Cattaneo's "The Full Monty" and John Madden's "Mrs. Brown" represent the twin stereotypes of low-budget British filmmaking.