Peter Weir is set to direct "The Way Back," the fact-based story of the escape of soldiers from a Siberian gulag in 1940.
Star value isn't what it used to be. In defense of movie stars -- yes, Hollywood still needs them. But the opening of the Ridley Scott-directed thriller "Body of Lies" provides a vivid reminder that…
Paramount Pictures is pulling the awards-season plug on "The Soloist."
Where do you go when you need to replicate late 19th-century England but also get hold of the latest 21st-century filmmaking technology?
Any American who has spent $5 or more for a venti latte in a London branch of Starbucks will tell you that the U.K. is overpriced. But when it comes to shooting movies, British film commissioner…
For foreign filmmakers coming to shoot in Blighty, the U.K. tax credit works like a dream. British producers quibble that it discourages them from making international projects.
There was nothing organic about the decision by Texan director Richard Linklater to shoot "Me and Orson Welles" in the U.K. This coming-of-age drama takes place in and around the legendary Mercury…
Holly Bario and Mark Sourian have been named co-presidents of production for the new DreamWorks venture.
Christina Ricci and Liam Neeson will topline psychological thriller "After.Life" with Bill Perkins and Plum Pictures producing and Perkins financing through his just-launched Lleuju Prods. banner.
"Ray" helmer Taylor Hackford will direct "Merchant of Shanghai," an English-language biopic about opium dealer and property magnate Silas Hardoon, who transformed Shanghai in the 19th century.
Overnight, Joe the Plumber has become a national sensation and the biggest headline in the presidential race, just like Bud Johnson in the recent pic "Swing Vote," starring Kevin Costner.