"Banker to the Poor," the best-selling autobiography of Nobel prize-winner Muhammad Yunus who devised the system of microcredit loans for the poor, is being adapted into a film boasting a "Slumdog…
Danish company Zentropa is relaunching its animation ambitions.
Germany may have to retool its entire federal film subsidy program after a federal court in Leipzig ruled on Thursday that the funding levies provided by theatrical exhibs, home entertainment…
"Watchmen" is less a fully realized comicbook epic than a sturdy feat of dramatic compression.
Oscilloscope Laboratories, a Gotham-based recording studio, film production studio and distrib, has acquired North American distribution rights to helmer Scott Hamilton Kennedy's Oscar-nommed docu…
Eliza Dushku, star of Fox's frosh series "Dollhouse," is bringing a biopic on iconic photographer Robert Mapplethorpe to the bigscreen.
Ed Helms is branching out from "The Office," setting up an untitled Civil War feature with Warner Bros., with castmate Steve Carell producing through his Warner-based Carousel banner.
Film incentives are gasping for a longer run in many states, but some states, touting their ongoing run of film/TV production returns, are also sharing Oscar's spotlight.
Warner Bros. is going on a suicide mission, setting up the DC Comics property "Suicide Squad" for Dan Lin ("Sherlock Holmes") to produce as a potential franchise.
Peter Baynham has been set by Warner Bros. to write "Arthur," a remake of the 1981 comedy that is being crafted as a vehicle for Russell Brand to play the lovable lush.
This year's race to review a film first is revving up, with "Watchmen" being the latest pic to cause an online frenzy among bloggers.