The trouble with writing about the new movie "W." is that in print, one can't do justice to what appears onscreen. The startling W is followed by a scarlet red period. That does provide emphasis!
As Wall Street continues to capture headlines due to market volatility, 20th Century Fox is moving forward with a "Wall Street" sequel.
Persuading financiers that Mickey Rourke was the right choice for the lead role in "The Wrestler" was a real challenge for director Darren Aronofsky.
Richard Belzer has been tapped master of ceremonies for Thursday's Directors Guild of America Honors at the DGA Theater in New York.
Screen Media Films has acquired the U.S distribution rights to "Lymelife," which received the Intl. Critics Prize for Discovery at the Toronto Film Festival.
Icon Films has snapped U.K. rights to Brit-Kiwi co-production "Dean Spanley," Kiwi director Toa Fraser's period drama about an ailing father, his son and their encounters with an eccentric stranger…
French filmmaker Agnes Varda and Jonathan Ive, Apple's senior VP of industrial design, have been named this year's honorary doctors at the faculty for arts at the U. of Gothenburg.
London-based production, distribution and sales company 111 Pictures has optioned Brit novelist and former politician Jeffrey Archer's tome "A Prisoner of Birth."
President Bush inked into law a major intellectual property protection bill that the entertainment industry has strongly supported.
Regent Releasing has acquired U.S. distribution rights for "The Song of Sparrows" from Fortissimo Films.
Roy E. Disney has sailed the Transpac 16 times. In "Morning Light," he passes the baton, documenting a team of young mariners as they attempt to win the open-sea race.