Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore is planning to make his first English-language movie about the Burmese democracy icon and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi.
The Feb. 10 Grammys kudocast is the latest awards show thrown into confusion by the writers strike.
Abigail Breslin will be presented with ShoWest's female star of tomorrow award at the convention's closing-night ceremony in Las Vegas.
Freshly rechristened shingle Berk/Lane Entertainment (formerly Union Square Entertainment) is developing two new projects: "The Company Men," written and directed by John Wells; and "All the Ships at…
The Writers Guild of America has reached interim agreements with Spyglass Entertainment and Media Rights Capital, the guild's fourth and fifth such pacts following similar deals with Worldwide Pants…
Jen Chaiken ("My Flesh and Blood") and Sebastian Dungan ("Transamerica") of 72 Prods. have acquired the rights and will produce a feature film adaptation of "The Devil Came on Horseback," a memoir by…
The WGA has announced nominations for five videogames in its inaugural vidgame writing awards -- even though it won't have a Los Angeles awards show due to the strike.
Hairdresser to the stars Alexandre of Paris, who styled the tresses of Audrey Hepburn, Maria Callas, Great Garbo and Jackie Kennedy and sculpted Elizabeth Taylor's distinctive hair-do for "Cleopatra"…
Argentine actor Cesar Bertrand, best known for his performances in hit comedies of the 1960s, 70s and 80s, died Jan. 11 of undisclosed causes in Buenos Aires. He was 74.
Three blood brothers find their oath tested by battle and personal rivalry in "The Warlords," a meaty drama of friendship, ambition and betrayal set during a bloody civil war in 19th-century China.
LATER THIS year, we'll get Paul McCartney singing a track on Nitin Sawhey's "London Undersound" album. Paul, who co-wrote the song with Sawhey, sings about how he feels regarding his estranged wife…