The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences has tapped Cheryl Cecchetto to produce the annual Governors Ball.
Paramount has joined Hollywood's charge to establish movie production operations in China and appointed Dede Nickerson as its rep in the Middle Kingdom.
The Writers Guild of America West has selected George Clooney and Grant Heslov to receive its Paul Selvin Award for their screenplay "Good Night, and Good Luck" with its portrayal of constitutional…
Spain's foreign-language Oscar candidate, "Obaba," has snagged 10 nominations for the country's Goya Awards, including film, director for Montxo Armendariz and adapted screenplay.
Beijing is inviting co-productions as a way for westerners to get around the strict quota that allows just 20 foreign films into China each year. But the lure of cheap production overheads is offset…
Shrouded by memories of better times and better movies, Frank Gorshin and Rodney Dangerfield's final screen appearances are unfortunately in the thoroughly hapless and embarrassing comedy, "Angels…
Little Red Riding Hood gets a cheeky CGI makeover in "Hoodwinked!," a fast-paced, fitfully clever 3-D-animated feature that will entertain tykes but provide scant novelty for auds who've had their…
"King Kong" opened more like a tame monkey than a giant ape. Falling well below studio hopes and industry expectations, Universal's $200 million-plus tentpole grossed $9.7 million Wednesday.
Sony's jam-packed 2006 slate has its first casualty. The studio's $120 million Nicolas Cage starrer "Ghost Rider," based on the Marvel comicbook, has been bumped from its July 14, 2006, release date…
A Los Angeles City Council member has taken the first step toward eliminating city use fees for filming on properties owned by the city.
Continuing to ramp up its development slate, 20th Century Fox has signed a three-year, first-look production deal with "Wedding Crashers" shingle Tapestry Films. Headed by Peter Abrams, Robert Levy…