Pretty people kicking major ass is a fairly solid formula for success.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "Howl" and has set a Sept. 24 release for theaters and video on demand.
Thanks to "The Producers," "Blazing Saddles," "Young Frankenstein," "High Anxiety" and a slew of other movie, stage, TV and album hits, Mel Brooks' prominent place in the pantheon of comedy stars is…
U.K. producers body aims to create a more sustainable film sector without the need for more public money.
Under new management, Spain's Valencia Festival, one of the country's biggest sprocket operas, is changing gear, revving up as an action and adventure movie film meet.
Endemol, best known for reality fare and gameshows, is to make its first feature film -- a cinematic snapshot of a year in the life of high-profile English soccer club Manchester City.
U.K. box office performance is up 16% in the first quarter of 2010 year-on-year, generating £291.1 million ($449 million) at the box office.
Imax Corp. has inked a deal to build a multiplex theater in China, part of the exhib's stated aim of expanding in the still largely untapped market.
The second annual Entertainment and Technology Summit will feature top Hollywood executives and talent.
The sale of Overture Films is quietly moving forward.
The city of Los Angeles is warning casting workshops and talent services that it's serious about enforcing tightened state rules barring "pay to audition" scams.