ontinuing to stretch its reach, Regal Cinemas Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to purchase 10 theaters in Virginia from Capitol Industries Inc. for $24 million, the company announced Thursday.
Producer Arnold Kopelson expressed his thanks to a packed house Tuesday night as the 23rd Deauville Festival of American Cinema paid tribute to his career.
Sara Rose, a former Orion acquisition exec, is not officially an employee of MGM but is acting on behalf of the company at the Toronto Film Festival as a member of the post-merger transition team…
Unapix Films has picked up North American rights to writer-director Giuseppe Bertolucci's "Probably Love," set to begin lensing in Italy later this month.
The Latin Heat conference was jump-started Wednesday with an inspirational speech by Phoenix Pictures chairman Mike Medavoy, who reminded Latinos that their growing numbers represent real power in…
Alliance Independent Films has expanded aggressively into the American indie acquisitions arena in the past couple of years, picking up international rights to titles including "Denise Calls Up" and…
In 1978, the Mill Valley Film Festival launched with 18 programs over 2-1/2 days on an $11,000 budget, drawing participation from a lot of area-resident talent.
Actor Burgess Meredith, whose wide-ranging career on stage, TV and screen spanned seven decades but who was best known as trainer Mickey in the "Rocky" films and the villainous Penguin in the…
Jon Favreau, the scribe and star of the hot indie pic "Swingers," has inked a deal to adapt Po Bronson's novel "The First 20 Million Is Always the Hardest" for 20th Century Fox and Harold Ramis'…
Chris Eigeman co-star of "Barcelona," has been cast in Castle Rock's "The Last Days of Disco."
Warner Bros. has optioned the screen rights to "Mark of A Murderer," a feature in the September issue of Esquire about three generations of a family on different sides of the law.