It's finally here. The long months of planning for the awards season are starting to pay dividends, with the National Board of Review's Wednesday announcement of its prizes, to be quickly followed by…
Sci-fi spoof "Kenny Begins," Sweden's biggest-budgeted comedy ever, will start production in April.
The state-run Korea Export Insurance Corp. is offering film export insurance that will include partial compensation to investors if a film's a flop.
Actors sound off on where their imagination, or someone else's, came into play.
Even though films often require years of development, many of the reality-based features released in recent months bear more than a passing resemblance to 2007's ripped-from-the-headline stories ...
Michael Mongillo's modestly clever mockumentary "Being Michael Madsen" could generate smiles of approval among showbiz insiders and media-savvy civilians as homevid and pay-cable fare.
Hasbro has tapped Lisa Licht as its point person in Hollywood as it moves to adapt more of its toys into film, TV and other entertainment properties.
Neither as outrageous nor audacious as its premise might suggest, "Special Needs" is a fitfully funny but mostly toothless satire of reality television.
Michelle Williams will join "Shutter Island," playing the wife of U.S. marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) in the Martin Scorsese-directed drama for Paramount Pictures.
"Romulus, My Father" scooped the pool at the 49th Australian Film Institute Awards in Melbourne on Thursday, collecting kudos for film, lead thesp Eric Bana, supporting actor for Marton Csokas and…
New Line's fantasy epic "The Golden Compass" got off to a fast start on opening day in Blighty, pulling $1.9 million at 502 sites Wednesday.