Lindsay Lohan's arrest Tuesday morning in Los Angeles, on suspicion of drunken driving and cocaine possession, means PR headaches for TriStar, which releases her pic "I Know Who Killed Me" on Friday…
The Dutch ministry of culture has appointed an interim board at the Netherlands Film Fund.
Japanese director Shinji Aoyama's drama "Sad Vacation" will open the Venice Film Festival's Horizons section, which is dedicated to cutting edge cinema.
Two of France's biggest movie theater chains, UGC and MK2, have come to an agreement over unlimited access passes after months of wrangling.
Proving the pasty boy wizard can handle the summer sun, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" dug in its claws in its second frame at the European box office this weekend.
Funding body Eurimages has handed Euros 360,000 ($500,000) to the next project from Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, the Belgian brothers who snatched the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 2005 for social drama…
New Line's tapped D.J. Caruso to helm and Carl Ellsworth to write the comicbook adaptation "Y: The Last Man" for producers Chris Bender, JC Spink, Mason Novick and David Goyer.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has thrown out several of producer Alan Ladd's claims against Warner Bros., leaving only a portion of his allocation claim standing.
Disney has set Brian Robbins to direct and produce "Jailhouse Rock," a film based on the true story of an "American Idol"-like singing contest held in an Arizona jail. Studio has optioned an L.A…
Producer Mike Karz is bringing his shingle to Warner Bros. under a two-year, first-look deal.