Warren Beatty joined forces with McG on Tuesday evening to toast Warners' commitment toward preserving films for future generations.
The Berlinale was slated to get off to a rocking start Thursday night with Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones pic "Shine a Light," the first time in the event's 58-year history that the main…
El Deseo, the Madrid-based shingle of Pedro and Agustin Almodovar, will produce a five-film slate from new Argentinean talent. El Deseo already has Lucrecia Martel's third feature, "La mujer rubia,"…
Universal Pictures has made several key appointments in its new foreign production division, with Clare Wise joining as senior VP of international production in London, and Andrea Willson confirmed…
Suh Young-joo has quit Cineclick Asia, formerly Korea's leading indie sales agent, and will regain her independence with new outfit Fine Cut. Suh was instrumental in discovering and promoting many of…
U.K.-based sales company Celsius Entertainment has picked up international rights for the feature-length adaptation of "Freakonomics," the bestselling book by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner…
Continuing a productive relationship with the Sundance Film Festival, Celluloid Dreams has picked up international rights outside North America to Jonathan Levine's Sundance Dramatic Audience Award…
Egypt's greatest living thesp Omar Sharif and biggest box office draw Adel Imam are teaming up for the first time in "Hassan and Morcoss," a laffer that pokes fun at religious bigotry.
Academy prexy Sid Ganis has again reached out to the Writers Guild of America about Oscar's fate but still hasn't received an answer. "We're running out of time," he told Daily Variety.
Michael Douglas, Amber Tamblyn and Jesse Metcalfe will star in Foresight Unlimited's present-day remake of 1956 RKO classic "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt."
Three days after an exuberant Maribel Verdu took an actress Goya for her perf in "Seven Billiards Tables," Spain's DeAPlaneta announced Wednesday that it had acquired international rights outside…