Mexican director Juan Catlett is starting legal proceedings against Mel Gibson, claiming that Gibson stole his ideas for "Apocalypto."
"Double or Die" has been tabbed as the new title for the latest tales of young James Bond. Written by Charlie Higson, the book is the third in a series on the young secret agent's life while he was…
The Producers Guild of America on Wednesday announced as its best picture nominees "Babel," "The Departed," "Dreamgirls," "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Queen."
Joel Schumacher's "The Number 23," starring Jim Carrey, will screen at the 22nd Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival. Sue Kramer's "Gray Matters" starring Heather Graham will close out the fest, and…
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival's Talent Campus is partnering for the first time with Apple Computer as the educational platform expands its focus to include the Internet as a platform for film.
Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss, co-founders of A&M Records, will be saluted by the music industry in a post-Grammys reception on Feb. 11.
A suspicious-looking bag found opposite the road from one of Bangkok's biggest cinema complexes contained clothes and pornographic vcds, not a bomb as initially feared.
Homegrown laffer "Christmas in New York" dominated cinema biz in Italy this weekend while Ben Stiller comedy "Night at the Museum" found German and Brit auds in the mood for some festive family fun.
Argentine pic "La Antena" (The Aerial), helmed by Esteban Sapir, will open the Rotterdam International Film Festival, which runs Jan. 24 to Feb. 4.
The Weinstein Co. has scooped up North American and U.K. rights to "I'm Not There," Todd Haynes' sprawling Bob Dylan biopic. Company plans to release the movie, the first Hollywood dramatization of…
Amanda Bynes ("She's the Man") will topline Morgan Creek's college comedy "Sydney White" with Joe Nussbaum ("Sleepover") directing.