Veteran producer and studio exec Joe Pichirallo has been tapped to oversee feature film production and development at the Gold Co.
CBS Films has paid $1 million for Dan Fogelman's untitled boomers-in-Vegas comedy pitch. Story revolves around four semi-retired baby boomers who embark on a getaway to Sin City.
South Korean film "With a Girl of Black Soil" was Sunday named as the best film at the tenth running of the Deauville Asian Film Festival (March 12-16) in France.
Caveman adventure "10,000 BC" hunted down plenty of foreign coin as it dominated the weekend at the international box office with $38 million from 6,900 playdates in 30 markets.
Recently launched Korean sales company Fine Cut has expanded its slate with a pair of pickups from United Pictures, a new shingle headed by a trio of leading Korean producers.
Celestial Pictures will soon release 1984 romantic-comedy "Behind the Yellow Line" on Blu-Ray DVD, its first title on the high-definition format.
The Weinstein Co. has inked an output deal with Sundream Motion Pictures, which is also ramping up its movie production with two projects to be announced at this week's FilMart Asian pic market in…
Sam Raimi's syndie original "Wizard's First Rule" is set to bow in all of the top 50 markets in the US. The ABC/Disney show, based on the "Sword of Truth" books by Terry Goodkind, is greenlit for 22…
Twentieth Century Fox's "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" rang up a who-latious $45.1 million at the domestic box office -- the biggest opening so far in 2008 -- furthering Fox's successful foray into…
Like an elephant, family herds didn't forget about "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who" Friday, shelling out a hefty $13.2 million to see the toon in 3,954 theaters.
Potential one-joke affair sustains itself quite nicely in Dan Butler and co-director Phil Leiress' pic, which avoids typical mockumentary pitfalls by remaining deadpan even as its content grows…