Alan Horn and Sherry Lansing were honored Thursday at the BevWilshire with the Harvard Business School Assn. of Southern California's Leadership Award.
It was truly a family affair Saturday at a block party fund-raiser for the 10th anniversary of Project ALS on Paramount's Gotham back lot on Saturday.
American World Pictures has acquired rights to "Jump," starring Patrick Swayze in a drama centered on the 1928 murder trial of noted photographer Phillipe Halsman in Austria.
Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are teaming to direct and produce three back-to-back features based on Georges Remi's beloved Belgian comic-strip hero Tintin for DreamWorks. Pics will be produced…
Director James Toback is in the ring with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson on a feature documentary that traces how the fighter self-destructed and let a fortune and his ring legacy slip away.
Rogue Pictures has made a deal to turn the Wayans Brothers comicbook creation "Super Bad James Dynomite" into a live-action comedy that will star Marlon Wayans as the title character.
Ashok Amritraj's Hyde Park Entertainment and Mike Richardson's Dark Horse Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics are partnering on a slate of independent films.
John Stockwell will direct Susan Sarandon and daughter Eva Amurri in "Middle of Nowhere," a bittersweet romantic comedy about a clashing mother and daughter. Michelle Morgan wrote the script.
Ernest Dickerson will direct "The Un-Dead," a new chapter to the canon of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" that has been endorsed by the author's family.
Is Fred Thompson running for president? NBC thinks so. Asked if the thesp and former Tennessee senator would be back as district attorney Arthur Branch in the next season of "Law & Order," NBC…
David Lynch is still messing with us. The director, who self-distribbed his impenetrable "Inland Empire" -- and then campaigned on its behalf by sitting with a cow on the corner of Hollywood Blvd…