"Pirates of the Caribbean" villain Bill Nighy is in negotiations to play the baddie once again in Lakeshore Entertainment and Hopscotch Features' "I, Frankenstein," while Australian thesp Socratis…
"Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" scribe Eric Roth is in early discussions to reteam with producer Scott Rudin on Sony Pictures' "Cleopatra," which has Angelina Jolie attached to star as the…
Andy Serkis will receive Variety's Tech Pioneer Award at the Whistler Film Festival on Dec. 1.
Amid the flash and "Twilight" fan idolatry at Monday's premiere of "Breaking Dawn: Part 1," director Bill Condon carried a huge smile all night.
"Martha Marcy May Marlene" director Sean Durkin probably couldn't imagine that the script he spent two years writing and researching would ultimately land him squarely in the midst of awards season…
Makeup artist Deborah McNulty, an Emmy winner in 2005 for her work on HBO series "Deadwood," died Sunday, Nov. 6, in Los Angeles. She was 56.
PARIS -- Gaumont has closed the last territories on comedy-drama "Intouchables," which has grossed more than $50 million in France since its release on Nov. 2.
Stockholders in one of Hong Kong's biggest engineering firms, Paul Y. Engineering, have formally approved $220.5 million to fund a joint venture between a Chinese shingle and Hollywood's Legendary…
Filmmaker Joel Coen, thesp Meryl Streep and musician Yo-Yo Ma are among the big names in Beijing for the first U.S.-China Forum on Arts and Culture.
Berlin-based Falcom Media has picked up the rights to two U.S. films, John Stockwell's actioner about Osama Bin Laden's killing, and the "Hangover"-style comedy "21 and Over."
"Win Win" writer-director Tom McCarthy has set up a two-year first-look deal with OddLot Entertainment, covering film, TV and all media outside of McCarthy's acting work.