Walter Hill plans to next direct Andrew Kevin Walker's cop drama "Red White Black and Blue" for Imagine Entertainment's Brian Grazer and producer Oliver Stone for Universal Pictures, sources said.
Large-format pioneer Imax Corp. has put film development on the front burner and plans an ambitious release schedule over the next 18 months.
"Butch Camp," the gay-themed film starring Judy Tenuta, opens Aug. 1 in Los Angeles at the Cineplex Odeon Beverly Center Theater and at Edwards Theaters University 6 in Irvine.
Two top names on Broadway are very close to pairing on a feature film. Nathan Lane is attached to star in the Island Pictures comedy "The Best Man," and talks are under way with director Jerry Zaks…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America has named Vans Stevenson to the post of senior vice president of state legislation.
Fox Searchlight's "Star Maps" found its way to a solid midweek opening Wednesday, grossing $12,202 in five L.A. and New York locations.
Crown Theatres of South Norwalk, Conn., plans to open a 14-screen multiplex in the Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Walt Disney has made a deal with Sting to compose songs for "Kingdom of the Sun," a new animated film project that will topline the voice of David Spade, sources said.
About 20 years ago, French auteur-director-producer Claude Lelouch, whose most recent films include "Les Miserables," decided he wanted a production house of his own where anyone could come to work…
The independent distributor is dead. Long live the studio classics division.
How many independent producers would even know the name of the New York City Ballet's co-founder, let alone cite him as their biggest inspiration? Very few.
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