New Line has made a preemptive purchase of Seth Bass and Jonathan Tolins' comedy pitch "Birth Mother" and set it up with David Kirschner, Corey Sienega and Nick Davis.
The B.O. weekend tally looked a lot like last week's as three pics -- led by Fox's "Borat" -- made strong holds and maintained the same rankings on the chart. Pocketing $29 million in its second…
Martin Scorsese and Ben Affleck will take the stage for the final two installments of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Next Generation of Film program.
The late Soviet director Sergei Bondarchuk's final film, an adaptation of Nobel Prize winner Mikhail Sholokhov's novel "And Quiet Flows the Don," has finally made it onto Russian screens --15 years…
It might have seemed like an obvious promo opportunity, but Hong Kong subway authorities weren't onboard as Japanese horror pic "Ghost Train" looked to roll into town.
London Eye: No award ceremony is perfectly logical. But some make perfect sense anyway, whereas others, to their detriment, take a bit more explaining. The European Film Awards fall into the second…
Just two films into a five-picture deal, DreamWorks Animation and Aardman are on the verge of calling it quits.
Slow and steady is getting it done for Clint Eastwood once again. Though it's been tagged as a box office disappoint-ment in some quarters, Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers," is actually keeping pace…
Last week's American Film Market in Santa Monica, Calif., boasted more sellers than ever, but too few offered what buyers wanted most: the go-to, not-quite movie star.
In an already litigious town, it seems like everyone's piling on new lawsuits these days -- and from every angle.
Taking home the Rome Film Fest grand prize for absurdist black comedy "Playing the Victim," Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov hit the jackpot with his first official film. But with a multitude of…