Sid Ganis' Out of the Blue Entertainment has picked up feature and TV rights to Charles Dennis' last two novels, "Given the Crime" and "Given the Evidence."
Brad Silberling, who last directed the Warner Bros. hit "City of Angels," will make his next directing effort "Baby's in Black" for DreamWorks and producer Mark Johnson.
Thesp Will Patton has signed on for the lead role in the Prufrock Pictures/Sagg Main Prods. co-production "Desert Saints."
DreamWorks has acquired the English-language remake rights to writer-director Francis Veber's French-language comedy hit "Le Diner de Cons."
German box office reported a strong first half year, but homegrown productions faltered in the first six months of 1998.
Take a beloved character from the superhero. Add the director of the highest-grossing movie ever. Mix them together, and what do you get?
The Indian film industry has for the past several years been waging a war on film piracy -- and now it is fingering cowboy cable operators.
Miramax Films will produce "Down to You," the feature debut of writer/director Kris Isacsson.
Kyra Sedgwick and Rob Morrow are set to star in Dogsmile Pictures' romantic comedy "Labor Pains."
MegaSystems, a provider of products and services for the large-format film industry, has opened its first MegaTheater.
Director Andy Tennant, whose Fox feature "Ever After: A Cinderella Story" is showing strong legs at the box office, has signed on to helm Fox 2000's "Anna and the King" for producer Lawrence Bender.