John Polwrek, who had worked in Universal Pictures marketing for the past 13 years and was the point person for corporate promotional tie-ins, exited the studio abruptly on Friday, sources said. He…
As producers rush to remake old works, they are finding the biggest hurdle is securing rights. In current contracts, it's clearly defined who owns remake, sequel and TV series rights to a property…
Remakes of classic films like "Sabrina" and "An Affair to Remember" bombed at the box office, so Hollywood is lowering its sights: The studios are throwing big bucks at camp.
Abbie Charette has been upped to vice president of production at Saban Entertainment, reporting to Lance Robbins, president of motion pictures and TV.
May's domestic box office weighed in with a hefty $502.2 million, but it wasn't quite enough to topple the 1996 record of $517 million.
When the Italian arm of Buena Vista reissues "Lady and the Tramp" in national theaters this week, the beloved Disney dogs will bark in different tones from when the classic first appeared.
Timo Lahtinen, chief buyer for Danish entertainment and film giant Nordisk Film, has announced he will step down from the company as of early next year.
Barry Pepper, seen in the upcoming Fox feature "Firestorm," has been cast in DreamWorks/Par's "Saving Private Ryan," a World War II drama starring Tom Hanks and directed by Steven Spielberg.
Leonard Klady: Gross Behavior
Karlovy Vary will cap its 32nd edition, which runs July 4-12, with a lifetime contribution award to Czech favorite son Milos Forman at a closing-night screening of "Amadeus."
British thesp Ben Chaplin, who used the telephone as a sublime tool of seduction in "The Truth About Cats & Dogs," is joining Sean Penn and Adrien Brody in Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line,"…