Corin Redgrave, one of the U.K.'s acting royal family, died Tuesday in London.
The Film Department on Tuesday lowered the price of its expected public offering and named new minority investor Mark Kvamme of Sequoia Capital to its board of directors.
As the U.K. government finally announced that the general election will take place May 6, its last-gasp attempt to restrict online piracy by introducing new laws hit fresh controversy.
Subtle, well-played item about life in a Argentinean residential development has much to say about current global troubles.
The Korean buddy-cop movie gets a North/South political veneer.
Anton Yelchin is in talks to play the lead in DreamWorks Studios' contemporary redo of cult horror pic "Fright Night," from director Craig Gillespie.
A handful of powerful lawmakers, including Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Sen Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), are expressing serious concerns to federal regulators about…
Relativity Media has changed the title of its Greek mythology tale from "War of the Gods" to "Immortals" and rounded out the cast with John Hurt and Isabel Lucas.
Claus Boje's Berlin-based distrib Delphi Filmverleih has filed for insolvency after a tough year at the box office.
Eric Lagesse's Pyramide has taken French rights to comedy ensembler "Mine vaganti" (Loose Cannons).
Thanks to Carl Icahn, Lionsgate toppers Jon Feltheimer and Michael Burns find themselves in the spotlight these days.