Italian screen and stage scribe Tullio Pinelli, the longtime Federico Fellini collaborator best known for co-penning Fellini's "La Dolce Vita," and "8 1/2," died March 7 in Rome.
The National Theater of Scotland, the Donmar Warehouse and the Royal Shakespeare Company reigned supreme at the 33rd Laurence Olivier Awards, presented Sunday by the Society of London Theaters.
A lawsuit has been filed over the "shady" background of two "Terminator: Salvation" producers.
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Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. rights to "Burma VJ," Anders Ostergaard's documentary about the 2007 uprising in Myanmar, and plans to release the film this spring.
"Watchmen" dominated the foreign box office with a respectable rather than blockbuster opening weekend of $27.5 million at 5,097 in 45 territories -- less than half the domestic launch.
Screen Gems and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment have assembled their cast for the Chris Rock starrer "Death at a Funeral," with Martin Lawrence and Tracy Morgan signing on to star alongside Rock in the…
Daniel Craig starrer "Defiance," a true story of Jewish resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied wartime Poland, has tanked at the Warsaw box office after months of criticism over what many Poles see as…
Warner Bros.' edgy superhero pic "Watchmen" grossed an estimated $55.7 million from 3,611 theaters in its domestic B.O. debut, coming in lower than expected but still scoring the best opening of the…
Lucrecia Martel's "The Headless Woman" has found a U.S. home at Strand Releasing.
Lionsgate is in talks with Carl Icahn, who holds 14.5% of the company's stock, that could lead to the billionaire gaining several seats on the board.
Domestic B.O. for January and February was up 13%. Admissions rose nearly 10%. With a slew of high-profile projects set to open in the next two months, Hollywood hopes to maintain this torrid pace.