Sofia Coppola is checking into a new hotel for her next project.
Twentieth Century Fox's TV and film studios are already playing nice under the new News Corp. regime -- but their first collaboration came by accident.
"Rush Hour" producer Arthur Sarkissian has acquired rights to remake "The Mad Detective" and "The Mission," two crime thrillers directed by Hong Kong helmer Johnnie To.
Fox Searchlight has acquired screen rights to Jen Sacks' "Nice," which will be developed as a potential star vehicle for Reese Witherspoon.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to "Kisses," scribe-helmer Lance Daly's romantic comedy about Irish kids who run away from their drab housing project to check out the…
"Germany 09," a compilation pic comprising 13 shorts by leading Teutonic filmmakers, kicks off this month's contempo German film exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
A Japanese cultural equivalent of the "Matrix" and "Lord of the Rings" trilogies.
New Line has bought femme comedy pitch "What Was I Thinking?" with Leslie Mann and Elizabeth Banks attached to star and Lynda Obst producing.
What flop 1990s period epic has enjoyed a continuous seven-year run in the distant land where it was set and shot?
YouTube's vast lineup of programming just got a lot more interesting.
Another adult political thriller --Russell Crowe starrer "State of Play" -- dares the market today, but the Universal film will have a hard time keeping up with more escapist fare.