Brett Harrelson ("The People vs. Larry Flynt") has signed to star opposite Robert Patrick ("Terminator 2: Judgment Day," "Cop Land") in Scott Spiegel's "Texas Blood Money," the sequel to Dimension…
Dispelling the theory that white filmmakers can't provide an authentic, inside view of the African-American experience, Marc Levin's "Slam" is a landmark film that defies easy categorization. Part…
EXCLUSIVEDirector Matthew Bright, whose "Freeway" screened at Sundance two years ago, has signed on to adapt and direct the U.S. remake of Danish box office hit "Pusher" for Screenland Pictures.
EXCLUSIVEPaul Brickman, the sought-after but rarely committing director of "Risky Business," is zeroing in on the comedy drama "Providence" as his first directorial project in eight years, sources…
The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival announced a call for entries for this year's event, which unspools April 16-20.
Adding to the growing roster of movie fests, the San Diego Intl. Film Festival debuts this summer with what its founders hope will be a packed slate of studio and indie films from the U.S., Europe…
The mercurial "Titanic" sailed to an all-time industry record last weekend overseas, grossing an unprecedented $41.5 million from nearly 4,000 screens, propelling the cume to $144.4 million just five…
Ralph E. Farmer, a former prop man at Universal Pictures during the 1920s and early 1930s, died Friday of natural causes in Santa Maria. He was 90.
EXCLUSIVETouchstone Pictures has inked "The First Wives Club" scribe Robert Harling to write and direct a remake of "The Ladykillers," the 1955 English black comedy which starred Alec Guinness.
Moving into the documentary form, portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield Sanders brings a suitably experimental edge to this near reverential look at iconoclastic veteran rocker Lou Reed…
It was high five for Paramount's "Titanic" as the megabudgeted pic continued to maintain a commanding lead at the domestic box office 32 days into its release.