Martin Scorsese has agreed to executive produce "Brides," the next project by Greek director Pantelis Voulgaris.
A fusion of "The Crow" and Kafka, "Dark City" trades in such weighty themes as memory, thought control, human will and the altering of reality, but is engaging mostly in the degree to which it…
Director Julie Davis' self-financed premiere of "I Love You Don't Touch Me" found itself a benefactor Thursday in Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Goldwyn decided to pay out of his own pocket for some of the pic's…
Frankly, Curtis Hanson couldn't have looked happier. His movie, "L.A. Confidential," pulled in nine nominations from Oscar and a few more from other prize-givers, it swept critics' awards around the…
Sony Pictures, in its high-stakes attempt to kidnap British superspy James Bond from his 35-year-old home at MGM's United Artists, has come forth with startling claims of ownership of the 007 movie…
Steven Spielberg's "Amistad" -- in which the government is the bad guy -- will be getting some help from American embassies in showing the film abroad.
The world's first film about the Titanic, a 30-minute silent movie made in Berlin just two months after the ocean liner sank in 1912, has been discovered on the dusty shelves of an elderly Berlin…
Writer-director Tom DiCillo, whose "The Real Blonde" will be released by Paramount on Feb. 27, is in final talks to helm "Double Whammy" for Lakeshore Entertainment.
MGM specialty unit Goldwyn Films, providing the strongest indication of its filmmaking direction since its formation last fall, has inked its first production and development deal, signing…
Brad Pitt, Greg Kinnear, Gloria Stuart and Joan Cusack are among the presenters scheduled to appear at Saturday's Writers Guild Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
"Wag the Dog" helmer Barry Levinson has been named ShoWest's 1998 director of the year. He will receive his tribute at the ShoWest Awards in Las Vegas on March 12.