Universal has set Joe Johnston late Sunday night to replace Mark Romanek as helmer of "The Wolfman," keeping the $100 million thriller on course to begin production in London in March.
Two of China's top helmers, Feng Xiaogang and Yin Li, have been appointed as delegates to China's annual rubber stamp parliament, the National People's Congress (NPC).
Between awards season and the WGA strike, a pair of talent-filled panels concluding the Santa Barbara Film Festival on Saturday certainly had plenty of issues to dig into.
"Noise," a drama about a policeman suffering from tinnitus, scooped the top nod and five more at the Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards this weekend. Pic helmed by Matthew Saville and produced…
No need to wonder about the box office power of Oscar noms: All five best picture contenders -- "Atonement," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will be Blood" -- have…
As every young, single New Yorker quickly learns, real estate is destiny in this town, a fact of urban life that Brooke Berman addresses with bracing wit and intelligence in "Hunting and Gathering."
Appropriately enough for Super Bowl weekend, the WGA and the studios were driving toward the end zone, looking to lock in a strike-ending deal as early as this week.
Jaime Rosales' understated femme drama "La soledad" (Solitary Fragments) pulled a surprise double whammy at Sunday's 22nd Spanish Academy Goya Awards, taking both the film and director prizes.
"Cloverfield" scared up solid but not monstrous overseas biz to top the weekend at the international box office with $18.6 million at 3,174 playdates in 33 markets.
Dan Klores' new docu "Black Magic" will premiere at a benefit screening for the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, N.C. on Feb. 11. While the fest will host the theatrical version, ESPN…
The Weinstein Co. has set Ken Watanabe to join John Cusack and Gong Li in "Shanghai," a period drama that will begin shooting in China next month.