May's domestic box office weighed in with a hefty $502.2 million, but it wasn't quite enough to topple the 1996 record of $517 million.
David DeCoteau's "Leather Jacket Love Story" will open the ninth annual New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, which opens Thursday and runs through June 15 at Manhattan's Joseph Papp Public Theater…
When the Italian arm of Buena Vista reissues "Lady and the Tramp" in national theaters this week, the beloved Disney dogs will bark in different tones from when the classic first appeared.
Karlovy Vary will cap its 32nd edition, which runs July 4-12, with a lifetime contribution award to Czech favorite son Milos Forman at a closing-night screening of "Amadeus."
Kristine Belson, senior VP of production at Columbia Pictures, will move to Jim Henson Pictures in the No. 2 slot behind prexy of production Stephanie Allain, the company announced Tuesday.
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After walking a "Thin Red Line" for Terence Malick, Woody Harrelson will move to Stephen Frears' "HiLo Country" for Polygram's Working Title, sources said Monday, confirming earlier reports (Daily…
Fine Line's "Love! Valour! Compassion!" captured the top spot on the exclusives roster for the third consecutive week.
New Line Cinema, betting heavily on a remake of the John Cassavetes/Ben Gazzara 1976 cult pic "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie," is in final talks for a script from son Nick Cassavetes and a…
Drew Barrymore and Leonardo DiCaprio are in final negotiations to star in Woody Allen's fall project, sources said. They'll join Kenneth Branagh, who also agreed to take a starring role last week in…