David F. Friedman, producer of B movies of the 1960s and '70s including the cult classic "Blood Feast," died of heart failure in Anniston, Ala., on Feb. 14. He was 87.
A thirtysomething photog three months shy of his wedding date begins to question whether he's ready to commit in "Monogamy."
Former Sony Pictures Classics exec Ian Puente has been tapped by Samuel Goldwyn Films to the post of VP, business development and general counsel.
Jeremy Irons and Kim Catrall have signed up to star in Transcorda Filmproduktion and Groundswell Productions' "The Treehouse."
MGM has appointed Ken Schapiro to the post of chief operating officer.
Ralph Fiennes reprises a juicy Shakespearean role in his bloody, bellicose directorial debut.
The Spider-Man reboot will be called "The Amazing Spider-Man," Columbia revealed today, simultaneously releasing the above photo of Andrew Garfield in the full mask and suit. The film re-envisions…
Tribeca Film Institute and Ford Foundation's JustFilms have partnered to create an annual grant supporting non-fiction transmedia projects centering on social justice and equality, with this year's…
Norwegian Ninjas, Swedish vampires and a Finnish pic about a bunch of Nazis on the moon: a colorful nightmare, or the latest crop from the Nordic film industry?
Alexander Mindadze's sophomore feature radiates an increasingly poignant glow as it progresses.
"Hunger Games" has yet to be cast, but interest in the futuristic actioner is already high both in the U.S. and overseas, where Warner Bros. has picked up Spanish and Italian rights to Gary Ross'…