London Eye: With "Nina's Heavenly Delights" out this weekend in U.K. cinemas, and selected for next week's Chicago Film Festival along with their short "Stingray," former Myriad exec Marion Pilowsky…
Voiceover: Samuel Goldwyn would probably be bemused as fewer and fewer actors these days heed his advice: "If you want to send a message, call Western Union."
After a year of rolling out mostly acquired pics and leftovers from the Miramax and Dimension slates, Harvey and Bob Weinstein plan a lineup of films that mix fresh faces with Miramax alumni.
Pity poor Kazakhstan. It's faced with a Hollywood movie that poses as a clumsy propaganda effort to improve the Kazakh image abroad, just as it's mounting its own clumsy propaganda effort to improve…
While the impact of most films is measured in B.O. or kudos, Algerian actioner "Days of Glory" is already having a more direct payout. It's putting coin in the pockets of soldiers who served France.
The Backlot: Cinephiles increasingly look back on the '70s as a golden era of filmmaking, but here's one reason why the studios looked good then: If a movie turned out badly, its distributor simply…
For consummate dealmakers, agents sure seem to have a hard time working out their own negotiations. Rumors of possible mergers and acquisitions are always in the air: ICM seemed to be on the brink of…
2006 figures for German, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Scandinavia, Belgium, Austria, Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Canada, Japan, Austria, Mexico and Brazil
The release of "Rocky Balboa" on Dec. 22 marks a comeback not just for Sylvester Stallone's sleepy-eyed, vowel-slurring boxing hero, but for the studio releasing the film: MGM.
There's no bigger conversation-stopper than, "I'm off to North Korea next week." When you add, "I'm going to the Pyongyang Intl. Film Festival," jaws really hit the ground.
Domestic Film DAILY
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Non-Stop1Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$36.7M Universal Pictures -3.70%
Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.4M Cumulative:$31.5M Fox 8.58%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$214.0M Warner Brothers 6.54%