Betty White is at the center of myriad rumors swirling around Hollywood.
Film launches this weekend at 3,503 domestic locations for an approximate worldwide total of 10,000.
The Sundance Institute has selected four fellows and their projects for the 2010 Sundance Institute-Ford Foundation Fellowship.
Producers now have the means to gauge audience awareness and interest levels for new releases.
MGM has received two more months sort out its future, obtaining a fifth extension on its debt payments in order to support the studio's ongoing efforts to improve its financial position.
Van Damme is back yet again, this time on both sides of the camera as well as in the editing suite.
Lorber Films has snagged North American rights to "The Red Chapel," the Danish doc that picked up the Sundance Grand Jury's world documentary prize.
A young photographer is sent reeling by an encounter with a decked-out corpse of a beautiful bride.
BY DAVE MCNARY Horror film specialist Robert Englund is staying seriously busy. He's in the midst of portraying the title character in Verdi Corrente Prods. "Inkubus," which has started lensing in…
Italy is hopping on the 3D bandwagon with a pair of titles from two of its most exported directors: horror maestro Dario Argento and soft-porn helmer Tinto Brass.