Gaul's escalating strikes over pension rights are now hitting the entertainment industry. This week, the largest union of film and television workers, the SNTPCT, is set to join a host of sectors in…
It's "American Gangster" against "Beowulf" at the European box office where the 1970s New York-set crime saga and the gory Hollywood adaptation of the ninth-century Brit epic will do battle alongside…
Bruce Robinson ("Withnail and I") and Patrick Marber ("Closer") are the two biggest recipients in the first round of funding awards made by the U.K. Film Council's new development topper Tanya…
Seth Rogen has inked to play the titular Zack in writer-director Kevin Smith's "Zack & Miri Make a Porno" for the Weinstein Co. and Dimension Films. Elizabeth Banks will star opposite Rogen as Miri.
With awards season well under way, distribs are walking a tightrope, simultaneously trying to control the buzz on their potential kudos pics, reading Internet and audience chatter about their films…
Gangster films suddenly don't seem so long a shot for Oscar gold following the triumph of "The Departed," the "Oscar picture that wasn't an Oscar picture."
Anyone who believes the title says it all hasn't seen writer-director Andrew Dominik's visionary treatment of Jesse James' last days, as imagined in the Ron Hansen novel of the same name.
Both a ravishing period romancer and sophisticated narrative puzzle, every frame of Joe Wright's "Atonement" breathes Oscar.
When Lionsgate opened "Away From Her," the chief talking point in Hollywood was Julie Christie's heartbreaking and warm performance as a woman who feels she is "disappearing" into Alzheimer's.
Katherine Heigl will topline the battle-of-the-sexes romantic comedy "The Ugly Truth" for Lakeshore Entertainment.
The standoff between AMPTP and WGA could put striking writers on a collision course with the Golden Globes, Grammys, SAG Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and the Academy Awards.