A sales sensation in the mid-1990s, "The Celestine Prophecy" offered introductory New Age metaphysics packaged in pulp thriller form. This belated, self-produced and self-distributed "Celestine" pic…
British comic talent has again dominated nominations for the performance awards at the Rose d'Or festival in Lucerne, Switzerland, to be held next week.
Canuck film funder Telefilm Canada is revamping the way it funds English-language films to try to revive the moribund Canuck film scene.
Marcia Gay Harden delivers a restrained, affecting performance as a woman whose well-manicured life is disrupted by the arrival of her troubled teenage nephew, in a production that hardly ranks among…
Al Gore will be rubbing elbows with Wolverine and Tom Hanks at the 59th Cannes Film Festival, where Latin cinema will be well represented alongside a bevy of French and American pics.
Sienna Miller and James Franco will star in the indie feature "Camille," with Gregory Mackenzie making his directorial debut on the pic from a script by Nick Pustay.
Ed Harris has joined the cast of Ben Affleck's directorial effort “Gone, Baby, Gone” for Miramax Films. Affleck adapted the Dennis Lehane novel, and lensing begins in Boston in May. Harris will play…
Comedy Central has grabbed broadcast/cable-premiere rights to "Scary Movie 4" as part of a six-pic deal with the Weinstein Co. that includes a pre-buy of "Sin City II" by Comedy sibling Spike TV.
World Wrestling Entertainment has made a deal with Lionsgate to distribute drama "The Condemned," to star Stone Cold Steve Austin and Vinnie Jones, with Scott Wiper directing.
Laurence Fishburne is attached to topline and James Marsh is directing Sobini Films' psychological thriller "Prey." A fall start date is being eyed.