Lauren Bacall, Richard Dreyfuss and Faye Dunaway will be among the presenters at the Screen Actors Guild awards show March 8.
October Films Intl. has nabbed U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand rights to Mike Leigh's untitled film about operetta kingpins Gilbert & Sullivan, which is budgeted in the $20 million range.
Vincent Gallo's "Buffalo 66" and Noah Baumbach's romantic comedy "Mr. Jealousy" lead a slate of seven films that will be distributed this year by Lions Gate Releasing.
Touchstone Pictures has made a deal for Barry Sonnenfeld to direct a film about the bizarre rise and fall of Steve Banerjee, the creator of the male strip club Chippendales.
The charismatic presence of Harrison Ford in "The Fugitive," and the gravity that he brought to his role as a wrongly convicted man, are very much missed in "U.S. Marshals," a disappointing sequel to…
Already the all-time worldwide B.O. champ after dethroning "Jurassic Park," the leviathan "Titanic" is poised to seize the mantle of highest-grossing film outside North America from the previously…
Warner Bros./New Regency's "L.A. Confidential" swept the top artistic awards -- including best picture -- at the Chicago Film Critics Awards Sunday night.
Based on a sketch Dave Foley wrote when he was a member of the comedy troupe the Kids in the Hall, "The Wrong Guy" is occasionally very funny and inspired, but it feels all too much like a good TV…
Robert Daly and Terry Semel, Warner Bros.' chairmen and co-CEOs, received the Producers Guild of America's Milestone Award on Tuesday at the guild's ninth annual Golden Laurel Awards.
Alain Resnais' musical comedy "On Connait la Chanson (Same Old Song)" was the big winner at the 23rd Cesar awards, the French equivalent of the Oscars.
Brillstein-Grey Entertainment has optioned the film rights to "Unreasonable Men," a 47-page nonfiction book proposal by Elizabeth Weil about a motley band of commercial space flight pioneers.