UTV: India's most eligible media partner? Headed by Screwvala, its activities today range from buying airtime to movie production and distribution.
Art Linson may have burned a few bridges with "What Just Happened?," his 2002 tome about the travails of the film biz, but Hollywood doesn't seem to hold a grudge.
The Weinstein Co.'s "Grindhouse" is a study in contradictions: an ode to low-budget exploitation films that will be marketed as a mainstream tentpole. The company's genre arm, Dimension, will launch…
John Woo's forthcoming epic "The Battle of Red Cliff" -- the most expensive Asian movie ever made -- has just gotten a whole lot bigger. Pic has seen its budget balloon from a previously announced…
After putting the spotlight on 20th-century French legend Edith Piaf in "La Vie en Rose," producer Ilan Goldman is planning to recount a slice of Gallic history in a TV drama series about the French…
Hungary shows Hollywood how contempo romantic comedy is done in Tamas Sas' relationship romp "S.O.S. Love!" Story of competing high-tech matchmakers who fall for one another is well-plotted, cleverly…
Crisply adapted from a futuristic story by Imre Kertesz, author of "Fateless," "Miscalculation" is a cold moral parable about the folly of arrogance. Favorable reception among visiting crix will lead…
Several Oscar contenders cast their movies in far-flung places, a trend that might lead you to believe Hollywood has developed a go-to blueprint for such challenges.
It's safe to say that Ben Sliney, national operations manager at the Federal Aviation Administration, did not seek out the role of Ben Sliney, national operations manager in "United 93."
It only takes one victory at Oscar time for a film to claim it is an Academy Award winner -- and in several cases, one victory is all anyone or anything gets.
For your average moviegoing audiences, those World War II vets in Clint Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers" are just a bunch of old guys doing what they do best: act.