Mary McCormack, who is on screen with Tea Leoni and Robert Duvall in "Deep Impact," has lined up two new film roles.
Dorothy and Toto might not be so enthusiastic about returning to today's Kansas, as depicted with malice a forethought by native son Steve Balderson in the dark comedy "Pep Squad."
Maura Tierney, who stars in TV's "NewsRadio," will appear with Adrien Brody in "Oxygen," an independent film written and directed by Richard Shepard.
"What I Did for Love" is a French film set in Los Angeles featuring characters who switch from French to English dialogue with dizzying frequency.
Director Randal Kleiser, who helmed the recently re-released "Grease," has inked a seven-figure deal to helm "Muppets From Space," shooting in Australia in September.
Julie Walters gives a corker of a performance as a feisty Belfast housewife-turned-peace activist in "Titanic Town," which is based on Mary Costello's autobiographical novel.
Warner Bros. has made a swift outright purchase of film rights to the forthcoming Carolyn See novel "The Handyman" for Andrew Lazar's Mad Chance Prods., sources said.
Clearly a labor of love, John Turturro's sophomore directorial effort "Illuminata" is an audacious, structurally messy and uneven film about a tightly knit acting troupe at turn-of-the century New…
Former rock-video helmer Denis Villeneuve's feature bow, "August 32nd on Earth," is an appealing though ultimately slight drama about a young woman who is thrown into an emotional tizzy after…
Miramax has acquired the U.S. and English-speaking Canadian rights to two French films -- "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort" and "Les Amants du Pont Neuf."
In "Judgment in Flames," a female reporter faces domestic difficulty as well as intense job pressure that involves the pursuit of an elusive arsonist.