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.
"Half Baked" is just that. This late-'90s update of the classic stoner comedy is a couple of hash brownies short of a satisfying cinematic picnic, with far too few comic highs during the bigscreen…
Live Entertainment is close to a deal to acquire Alejandro Amenabar's World Cinema entry "Open Your Eyes."
Hot directors coming off major successes often follow up with quirky, more idiosyncratic pictures and so it is with the Coen brothers' follow-up to "Fargo." Spiked with wonderfully funny sequences…
Who will be the king of "The Castle"? That was the question on Sundance attendees' chapped lips Monday as specialized distribution toppers braved a half foot of snow to attend a packed screening of…
Helmer Joe Dante, finishing up "Small Soldiers" for DreamWorks, has inked to direct the Mount Royal Entertainment indie pic "Sacred Estates," sources said Wednesday.
Village Roadshow Pictures has acquired worldwide distribution rights outside North America for MGM's upcoming thriller, "Disturbing Behavior."
Clea Duvall, currently starring in "How to Make the Cruelest Month," one of 16 films in dramatic competition at Sundance, has joined the cast of Rand Ravich's "The Astronaut's Wife" for New Line.