Everyone remembers a great musical by its songs, but the key to a really great musical, and arguably the hardest part to get right, is the book.
Lionsgate has stepped up to make screen scribe Stuart Gibbs' debut novel, "The Last Equation."
In film, the noble profession of university teaching is frequently lampooned as a place where once-promising careers go to wither and die. As Woody Allen quips in "Annie Hall" (and Jack Black repeats…
Daniel Junge's "They Killed Sister Dorothy" impresses and enthralls, balancing moral outrage and courtroom melodrama.
Right-wing Dutch politico Geert Wilders has finally found a home for his controversial anti-Islam short "Fitna" after video-sharing site LiveLeak allowed the 15-minute film to be posted online.
Continuing to energize its executive suite, MGM has named Becky Sloviter VP of production.
Only in Hollywood could recent Harvard grads be considered a disadvantaged group. But indeed, while such film school powerhouses as USC, UCLA, NYU and the U. of Texas have extensive alumni networks…
Summit Entertainment has given life to "The Tomb," buying Miles Chapman's script and signing Jeff Wadlow to direct.
Instinctive Film will co-produce Barry Levinson's remake of "The Saint," starring James Purefoy.
Jeanine Basinger's name may never appear in lights, but to many Hollywood insiders, she's a star in her own right. A film studies professor at Wesleyan U. for almost 40 years, Basinger has shepherded…
Roberta "Ro" Gorski, who was pursuing a career as independent producer, died March 13 in Los Angeles of complications following a brain aneurysm. She was 40.