EXCLUSIVEAfter skating to acclaim as Roller Girl in "Boogie Nights," Heather Graham is set to topline "Committed," an indie feature directed by "Manny & Lo" helmer Lisa Krueger.
William Kane Eliscu, a former film and TV producer, died of heart failure Dec. 29 at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Burbank. He was 80.
Miramax Films has signed a three-picture deal with Brian Hecker, who last year was named director of the year by the American Film Institute.
Walter Blake, a former film studio art director who later served as an associate producer, died Jan. 1 of natural causes at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills. He was 94.
Mexican helmer Alfonso Cuaron's "Great Expectations" will kick off the 13th muestra, or showcase, of Mexican cinema in Guadalajara, March 6-12.
In a long-awaited announcement, Paramount Pictures has confirmed the creation of a specialty film division to be headed by Ruth Vitale and David Dinerstein.
There are three kinds of awards winners -- the modest types who have prepared no speech at all; the more hopeful ones who, having won, pull out a piece of paper with a few names on it; and, more…
Matthew Perry is in talks to topline the Outlaw Prods./Warner Bros. comedy "Three to Tango," according to sources close to the project.
Kirsten Dunst has signed to star in the Phoenix Pictures comedy "Dick," set during the Richard Nixon era. Production will begin in Toronto in May.
After a record-shattering 10 consecutive weekends, "Titanic" dipped below the $20 million mark for the first time since its Dec. 19 release, grossing a studio-estimated $19.6 million. The…
Paramount Pictures is in negotiations to pick up the option on J.C. Pollock's pseudononymously penned novel "Cold, Cold Heart" for Mace Neufeld to produce as a potential directing vehicle for Phillip…