James Caan tried to get out, but they puuullllled him back in. Caan once again plays a mobster, unable to refuse Simian Films offer to co-star opposite Hugh Grant in the comedy "Mickey Blue Eyes,"…
At 74, the hawklike and patrician features of Charlton Heston still identify the actor who has graced Hollywood playing presidents, Ben Hur, Moses, an aging New Orleans Saints quarterback and a tramp…
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Steven Rabiner has been named senior vice president of production for Castle Rock Pictures, the company announced Thursday.
New Line Cinema will take over at next year's ShoWest as sponsor of the Wednesday luncheon, hosted for more than a decade by Warner Bros.
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Hollywood's chief lobbyist Jack Valenti delivered the keynote address at the CineAsia movie convention here Wednesday on the first leg of a hectic two-week diplomatic mission to Asia during which…
Sandy Mandelberger of Intl. Media Resources and Wanda Bershen of Red Diaper Prods. have teamed up to form a new company designed to help foreign films find distribution in the U.S. theatrical, cable…
United Artists has optioned Elaine Kagan's upcoming novel "Somebody's Baby" for producer Frank Mancuso Jr.'s FGM Entertainment, the studio confirmed Wednesday.
Rather than maxing out his credit cards, newcomer Dean Paras turned to fellow young thesps to finance "Hairshirt," his writing, directing and producing debut.
After two years of courtship, DreamWorks has secured the first full-length animated feature from Oscar-winning Aardman Animations with the claymation project "Chicken Run."
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