German producer Roland Pellegrino, who financed the "The Red Baron," is leaping from the aerial battles of World War I to the streets of ancient Rome. He's teaming with Canadian duo Jakob de Boer and…
Cao Hamburger, helmer of Brazil's Competition contender "The Year My Parents Went On Vacation," is reteaming with brothers Fabiano and Ciao Gullane's Gullane Filmes for "ICU."
Pixar's "Cars" grabbed the top prize Sunday night at the 34th annual Annie Awards, but DreamWorks and Aardman Features' "Flushed Away" walked away with the most hardware.
Care for some Pop Rocks? The retro candy was just one of many '80s-themed offerings at the after-preem party for "Music and Lyrics." Guests could even play Pac-Man or flex their mind muscle with the…
Wind Dancer Films has tapped Erik Lindsay and the scripting duo of Bear Aderhold and Tom Sullivan to pen feature comedies. Pics are the first projects from the film shingle's recently announced…
"Night at the Museum" checked back in to the top spot at the international box office, winning for the sixth time in seven weekends with $13.7 million at 4,800 playdates in 43 markets.
Seems eminently possible that fest organizers had no idea that they had a superstar in their midst. On the other hand Rain (real name Jung Ji-hoon), the biggest thing in Asian pop culture these days…
The Europeans love a satire on Hollywood, which enables them to indulge simultaneously their obsession with and their contempt for the hoopla of Tinseltown. "What Just Happened," Barry Levinson's…
Lakeshore Entertainment's London-based president of international Peter Rogers will exit in April.
"Goodbye Bafana," vet helmer Bille August's telling of the friendship between one-time political prisoner and South African Prime Minister Nelson Mandela and his prison warden James Gregory, is a…