"Dai Nipponjin" has to be, hands down, the strangest picture in Cannes this year.
The network that made the definitive World War II miniseries is now turning its attention to a much less popular war. The cabler begins lensing this month on "Generation Kill," a seven-hour…
A businessman seen fleeing from a hug from British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen in the hit movie "Borat" has sued filmmaker 20th Century Fox, saying his civil rights were violated. The lawsuit, filed…
"Ocean's Thirteen" rolls out across Europe this weekend and will be looking to give the third frame of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" a run for its money.
Mattias Nohrborg has ankled as CEO for struggling theater chain Astoria Cinemas and has been replaced by his deputy Jonny Jergander.
As Hollywood studios and indies turn their eyes toward Mexico, attracted by its Oscar-nommed helmers and generous new tax breaks, Spanish sales agent KWA is ramping up its links to the in-favor…
Naomi Kawase, surprise winner of the 2007 Cannes Grand Prix for her drama "The Mourning Forest," has announced production of her next pic "If Only the Whole World Loved Me (working title)" (Sekaiju…
Aimee Shieh has been appointed director of development of Paramount Pictures' East Coast literary affairs department. Shieh previously spent three years at Par but left in 2001.
Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "Howl," Sandhya Suri's "Devi" and James Longley's untitled Iran project are among the 25 issue-oriented feature docus that will receive financial grants from the…
Andrew Meieran has made a tidy sum rehabbing historic properties around L.A. Now he's pouring that coin into another kind of property — film projects.
"Casino Royale" director Martin Campbell is in negotiations to board "Unstoppable," a 20th Century Fox drama about a runaway train carrying a cargo of toxic chemicals.