If the visual effects industry had its way, the Disney tentpole that sailed into theaters May 25 might have been named "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Wits' End."
Flying under the radar is not in Harvey Weinstein's DNA. He casts a giant shadow on the Croisette and in his dealings, attracting attention to himself, his stars and his movies. Weinstein, 55, is all…
Director Kei Kumai died May 18 in Tokyo of a brain hemorrhage. He was 76.
The Force is with "Family Guy." Fox's animated hit will kick off its fifth season this fall with an hourlong episode that retells the "Star Wars" saga using "Family Guy" characters.
Studios are looking at Sony's nearly $800 million in worldwide grosses for "Spider-Man 3" as the first hopeful sign that their strategy of flooding the market with tentpoles will work.
DreamWorks Animation's "Shrek the Third" may have stomped the domestic B.O. over the May 18-20 weekend, but abroad, "Spider-Man 3" was still king.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" hit $58 million in its first two days of pre-weekend release Disney said Friday.
Nordisk Film Distribution has picked up Nordic rights to "Crossing Over" and "White Jazz."
1,000 "Pirates of the Caribbean" fans gathered for a 10-hour back-to-back-to-back marathon of the full trilogy at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood Thursday.
The skull and crossbones will fly over Europe this weekend.
IFC Films has closed a deal for North American rights to Gus Van Sant's "Paranoid Park," which screened in competition in Cannes.