It's summer at the multiplexes, and the tentpoles are already teetering. The set-up is perfect for a hot comedy to come along and steal the spotlight.
Janus Films has planned a multicity run of a new 35mm print of Jean-Luc Godard's 1965 pic "Pierrot le fou." Run kicks off June 15 at Brooklyn's BAMcinematek, followed by a screening at Toronto's…
The Producers Guild, the Entertainment Industry Foundation and Conde Nast Media Group are teaming to produce "Movies Rock," a film-and-music event that will be staged at the Kodak Theater on Dec. 2.
Director Fernando Meirelles has set his sights on Mark Ruffalo for "Blindness." Ruffalo will star with Julianne Moore in an adaptation of the Jose Saramago novel about an outbreak of blindness that…
Russell Crowe has formed Fear of God Films and set up his first feature project as a producer. Using his own coin, Crowe optioned "Dolce's Inferno," a spec script by Mark Staufer. Crowe will develop…
Kevin Costner on "Mr. Brooks": "I had to be convinced by the script. This isn't generally my kind of movie, and I certainly never saw myself as a serial killer, I find what is usually done with…
Performance anxiety seems to be setting in. The three May tentpoles -- the third installments in the "Spider-Man," "Shrek" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchises -- all opened stupendously…
"D-War," a long-gestating effects-heavy monster movie produced in South Korea and shot in L.A., will receive a Stateside bow in late August via Freestyle Releasing.
"Ratatouille" will provide the first course at this year's Jerusalem Film Festival as opener of the event, set to unspool July 5-14.
Zach Braff, Matthew Broderick, Harvey Fierstein and Donny Osmond are among the recent additions to the roster of celebs presenting awards at the Tony ceremony on Sunday.
While most reality producers are spending the run-up to the Emmys scouting remote islands or feeling out celebrities on their dancing skills, Morgan Spurlock has been flying back and forth to the…