The global economic meltdown has forced Sparx, the toon company behind the Weinstein-distribbed "Igor," to shutter its animation studios in Paris and retreat to its base in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Participant Media topper Jeff Skoll to receive its Visionary Award.
Tuesday's world preem of "Australia" took on the air of a patriotic celebration, with Hugh Jackman belting out the ballad "I Still Call Australia Home" to huge applause at the after-party.
While not the major civic event the San Francisco premiere had been, Thursday's Academy launch for "Milk" drew a formidable crowd including Jack Nicholson, Vanessa Redgrave, Oliver Stone, Paul…
Ben Kingsley's fledgling U.K.-based production shingle SBK Pictures is ramping up its slate, putting five films and one made-for-TV miniseries into development.
Producers Michael Birnbaum and Jeremiah Chechik have used their own coin to option screen rights to the "House of Night," a series of nine young adult novels by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast.
After Alex Gibney's "Taxi to the Dark Side" won the Oscar last year, films critical of U.S. policies at home and abroad again figure prominently on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences'…
Local period drama "Portrait of a Beauty" dominated at the Korean box office over the weekend. Pic grossed $2.3 million from 500,000 admissions during its four-day run on 538 screens.
Last night, the way to show you were a big shot in Hollywood was to get tickets for your daughter and all her friends to the "Twilight" premiere.
Music biopics are such heavily trod turf these days, one could almost be excused for thinking Dewey Cox, the fictional main character played by John C. Reilly in Jake Kasdan's "Walk Hard," was some…
When Andy Lack was a teenager living in New York, he would sneak into Harlem with his older brother to catch concerts by Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley or Muddy Waters at the Apollo Theater.