Guido Rud's Buenos Aires-based sales company FilmSharks Intl. is showing its teeth, gobbling intl. distribution rights on Turkish psychothriller "Shattered Soul" and Conrad Clark's "Soul Carriage,"…
The Circle X production of "The Brothers Karamazov" has received five nominations from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle for excellence in Los Angeles and Orange County theater for 2006.
Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment has formed a producing partnership with James Polster and Charles Ardai to develop feature projects based on the Hard Case Crime novels.
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped Robert Wuhl to host Sunday's awards gala at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
DreamWorks alum and top Paramount marketing exec Mike Vollman will step in and temporarily assume the duties of longtime exec VP of worldwide publicity Nancy Kirkpatrick, who has decided to exit the…
Paramount Pictures has once again boarded the bigscreen adaptation of Erik Larson's bestselling tome "The Devil in the White City," a project previously coveted by producing partners Tom Cruise and…
Jim Henson Co. is launching development on a trio of literary properties -- "The Boggart" by novelist Susan Cooper ("The Dark is Rising"), "The Doubtful Guest" by Edward Gorey and the fantasy…
World preems of movies from Michael Lehmann, Mike Mills and Alan Cumming highlight the South by Southwest Film Festival, set to run March 9-17 in Austin, Texas.
Kiefer Sutherland will spend his "24" hiatus starring in "Mirrors," a supernatural thriller to be directed by Alexandre Aja. New Regency is financing and will distribute through 20th Century Fox.
Happiness comes at a price in "Emma's Bliss," though general auds will agree the fee is largely worth it. Sophomore feature by helmer Sven Taddicken ("My Brother the Vampire") hitches appealing leads…
A curious bandersnatch of a movie, "The Last Mimzy" is destined to attract attention because of its director Bob Shaye, who has returned to filmmaking for the first time since 1990's "Book of Love."