Prague's Barrandov Studios execs were looking visibly relieved at the opening of their new $9 million soundstage Monday, just in time for "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" to move in for six…
The New York Film Critics Circle on Monday named "United 93" the best picture of 2006, edging out Miramax's "The Queen" after a series of close ballots. Martin Scorsese took director honors for his…
Sam Raimi is prepping to produce a new adaptation of "The Shadow" at Columbia. The deal comes after a lengthy negotiation with the studio to nab the rights to the Walter B. Gibson superhero.
Producer and personal manager Jack Bean, who guided the career of his wife Mitzi Gaynor to stardom in motion pictures, television musical specials and Las Vegas, died of pneumonia Dec. 4 at the…
Eastern European Acquisition Pool has inked distribution deals with Bulgarian TV channel TV7 and Hungary's TV2.
Joshua A. Berger has been promoted to president and managing director of Warner Bros. Entertainment in the U.K. and Ireland.
In the first distribution deal for U.S. helmer Abel Ferrara's "Go Go Tales," Spain's Filmax has acquired Spanish rights to the screwball comedy starring Willem Dafoe, Bob Hoskins, Matthew Modine, and…
Joakim Natterqvist will take on the title role in Sweden's biggest movie project ever, the $28.7 million production "Arn."
"March of the Penguins" is at the center of a legal dispute between the producers and the director of photography, who wants a director's credit on the film.
Dominik Graf's "The Red Cockatoo" took two of the four main plaudits at the 6th Marrakech Intl. Film Festival on Saturday, winning fest's top Golden Star for film and best actor for lede Max Riemelt.
If veteran British actor Richard Griffiths had his way, all actors over 55 would be issued a 3-lb. wet salmon with which to slap the face of every young, beautiful, successful upstart.