Applications are currently being accepted for the fifth annual Writer's Film Project, a program jointly sponsored by Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment.
It's been 20 years since the first "That's Entertainment!" proved there was gold in the MGM vaults, and 18 years since the second installment suggested the cupboard had long since been cleaned bare…
Writer/producer/directors Amy Robinson and Joseph Ruben have joined forces and inked a two-year, first-look deal with 20th Century Fox.
Steven Spielberg dominated this year's BAFTA performance awards -- the British Oscars -- presented in London Sunday night. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts voted "Schindler's List"…
Impressive production values can't redeem the senseless plot of "No Escape," a synthetic pastiche of sci-fi actioners a la the Mad Max films and Hollywood prison dramas. Incoherent mix of genre…
Turner Pictures will strap on its spy rings and pith helmets for a live-action feature remake of the kid cartoon series "The Adventures of Jonny Quest," the studio announced Friday.
French efforts to cut down on animation subcontracting work in Asia are closer to success, thanks to a new computer animation software program developed by the Gallic toonster 2001.
Audiences won't be chasing after "Chasers." Snuck into the marketplace by Warner Bros. under cover of night, without advance screenings or even pre-opening print ads, this mangy, dimwitted gender…
Warner Bros. and Weintraub Prods. will get up and stand up for a biopic of reggae legend Bob Marley, "Catch a Fire -- The Life of Bob Marley."
While "Backbeat" helmer Iain Softley was celebrating his rich UA deal and his Beatles saga had a good preem in the U.S., the pic had downbeat debuts in Australia, Germany and Sweden.
Kevin Kline has been set to star opposite Meg Ryan in "Paris Match," a$ 20 million chaotic romantic comedy that will have the two stars sprinting around France in search of an unfaithful fiance.