Hollywood blockbusters continue to subdue their Korean counterparts, with "Shrek the Third" easily fending off competition from big-budget local costumer "Hwang jin yi."
At its core, "Big Love" is just a skewed take on a family soap -- the concept of a Salt Lake City polygamist living "the principle" with his three wives magnifying small domestic crises into larger…
The 20th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival in October will round off 40 days of events showcasing local entertainment talent in the first Japan Intl. Contents Festival -- or CoFesta -- which was unveiled in…
Lensing has started on "The One," a propaganda film about the first Chinese competitor in the Olympics that's part of the country's continuing preparation for next year's summer Olympic Games in the…
Stage and screen actor Harry Frazier, whose full white beard helped him land Santa Claus roles in movies and commercials, died May 26 of complications from diabetes in Woodland Hills, Calf. He was 77.
Rachel Weisz is set to star in "The Lovely Bones," the Peter Jackson-directed adaptation of the Alice Sebold novel. DreamWorks begins production on the film in October, and Paramount Pictures will…
The 2007 Los Angeles Film Fest has announced the 10 projects that will participate in the fifth annual Fast Track program. Fast Track program provides emerging filmmakers with networking…
Handmade Films Intl. racked up over $50 million in sales at the recent Cannes market, more than double the company's target.
Gaumont has inked a deal with U.S. producer Diane Nabatoff to co-develop a U.S. remake of French sleeper hit "You Are So Handsome."
"Ocean's Thirteen" entered the fray stylishly enough at the European box office this weekend, coming out on top in the U.K., Spain and Italy, and a host of smaller territories.
Miami-based Venevision Intl. inked U.S. DVD, video-on-demand and pay-TV rights Tuesday to a trio of titles at the Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings.