Solid holds by Sony's "Men in Black," Warner Bros.' "Contact" and Paramount's "Face/Off," plus the surprisingly strong $16.5 million debut of Buena Vista's "George of the Jungle," led the overall…
A tony cast of British character actors get a good workout in "Remember Me?," a well-scripted and confidently played comedy of manners that stays just this side of door-banging farce.
Joe Wizan and Don Schneider's Phase 1 Prods. has acquired an untitled historical epic based on a pitch by scribe Bruce C. McKenna.
The spec script and pitch market --- to paraphrase Preston Sturges' "The Palm Beach Story" --- is not just dead, but decomposing.
Montreal-based Telescene and Finnish producer Mandart Entertainment have begun lensing the Michael Ironside starrer "Going to Kansas City," Telescene officials have announced.
Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, may I take your order." It's more mantra than mere request, so get used to hearing the kids on the block repeating these words endlessly as the…
Evil beasts in "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Men in Black" had the time of their lives last week at the overseas box office, especially in Asia, Latin America and South Africa. Only the…
Oscar winner Maximilian Schell has joined the cast of the DreamWorks/Paramount space disaster thriller "Deep Impact," about a rogue comet on a collision course with Earth.
Sony's "Men in Black" zapped an estimated $19 million over the weekend, becoming the first film of the summer to rule the fickle box office universe for three consecutive frames.
Aside from some spectacular footage shot by a 60-pound Imax camera attached to a fast-moving roller coaster, "Thrill Ride" is a big disappointment. Thrill seekers will be frustrated by rapid shifts…
Filmed in Cinevillage Studio, Toronto, by Sci-Fi Channel, YTV and Empire Entertainment. Executive producer, Wilf Copeland; producers-creators, Jeff Copeland, Barry Pearson; director, George Mendeluk…