New Line's "Who's the Man?" is an enjoyable, kinetic mess of music, low comedy and social drama. No matter that it doesn't quite coalesce logically, the film has decided niche audience appeal that…
Within the industry, pay-per-view and multiplexing are the wave of the immediate future, Caravan Pictures prexy Joe Roth told a roomful of entertainment lawyers Saturday.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Tom Schulman ("Dead Poet's Society") is writing an original for Joe Roth's Caravan Pictures that will mark his feature directorial debut.
After going increasingly astray with two contemporary outings, Kenneth Branagh returns to the high and, for him, safe ground of Shakespeare with "Much Ado About Nothing," a spirited, winningly acted…
Melinda Jason and Gary Goldstein are joining forces as a producing team, while each will continue to maintain their respective, ongoing personal management businesses.
Lawrence Safir has joined the ranks of salaried representatives of the American Film Marketing Assn. as chairman of AFMA-Europe.
After the Easter vacation, the European box office came back to earth with a gentle bump last week. Among the handful of major releases, "Accidental Hero" ("Hero") was jaunty in London, "Sommersby"…
Paramount Pictures has placed director John McTiernan's Western "Bitterroot" into conditional, limited turnaround, sources confirmed Friday.
Miramax Films' "The Night We Never Met" pulled down an R rating and Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "Much Ado About Nothing" grabbed a PG-13, according to the 1,265th bulletin from the Classification & Rating…
The 11-year-old star of "The Problem Child" movies took the witness stand in his own defense Friday, testifying about gifts Universal Pictures sent him before it sued the young actor.