BMG Independents has acquired North American rights to Jill Sprecher's feature debut, "Clockwatchers," from Goldcrest Films Intl.
While many Americans were firing up their last summer barbecue over Labor Day, dozens of Hollywoodites descended on Hawaii for the four-day Maui Writers' Conference.
It looks increasingly as though Carolco, the Sequel, will become a reality. Mario Kassar and Andy Vajna, the former partners in the high-flying indie, have been in intense discussions in Budapest…
Princess Diana's tragic death early Sunday morning in Paris cast its somber shadow over the last days of the Montreal World Film Festival, with an emotional Rod Steiger interrupting his gala tribute…
A bright and breezy London-set romantic comedy about two grifters and the gal who floats into their orbit, "Shooting Fish" is an unashamed crowd-pleaser weakened by a third act that suffers from plot…
French television network TF1 has acquired one of the last sizable film catalogs still available by purchasing Les Films Ariane's 300-pic library.
Salma Hayek has agreed to join Mike Myers, Ryan Phillippe, Neve Campbell, Sela Ward, Breckin Meyer and Heather Matarazzo in the ensemble cast of "54," the Miramax movie about the famed Gotham disco…
While Quentin Tarantino's first career is making movies, he's quickly developed a second career giving second chances to actors long forgotten by everyone but him.
In what might be the "David and Goliath" battle of Mafia spoofs next summer, Dom DeLuise, Patrick Van Horn and Lou Ferrigno have been cast in indie pic "The Godson."
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin ("The American President," "A Few Good Men") filed a suit in Los Angeles Superior Court against 20th Century Fox and actor-producer Warren Beatty for not paying him fully…
It was a summer of surprises: Few thought that what was mostly a lackluster B.O. season would end Monday in a record $2.22 billion, albeit only 2% better than the prior record frame of 1996.