The final of ITV's blockbuster reality talent skein, "The X Factor," drew a record-breaking audience peaking with a 44% share. But the real winner of the contest was its creator and judge, Simon…
"Factory Girl" has finally secured the U.K. distribution deal necessary to enter the race for this year's British Academy Film Awards — but "The Upside of Anger" has dropped out of the running.
UNESCO's controversial "cultural diversity" convention, which defends signatory countries' right to subsidize their film and TV industries, will come a step closer to enactment Tuesday.
Film rights to "Peter Pan in Scarlet," the official sequel to J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan," have been sold to Headline Pictures, BBC Films and the U.K. Film Council.
It's not entirely a clash of the titans. Sure, Oscar familiars Bill Condon, Pedro Almodovar, Paul Haggis, Anthony Minghella and Patrick Marber are back as writing contenders. But they're facing a…
Spies have long been a movie staple. Usually, they're an excuse for action in exotic locations, as in the James Bond pics, or for a mixture of romance and suspense, like Hitchcock's "Notorious."
Dennis Farina will star alongside Brooke Shields and Richard Kind in "National Lampoon's Bagboy," a comedy set in the world of competitive grocery bagging.
Arndt says: "It's been described in shorthand as being about a dysfunctional family, but I'd say they're six dysfunctional individuals who come together as a family. These self-absorbed, myopic…
Paramount Pictures has resurrected shelved pic "Ripley's Believe It or Not!," hiring Steve Oedekerk to overhaul the script. Remaining in place are Jim Carrey as Ripley and Tim Burton as director…
Willem Dafoe will star opposite Jeff Goldblum in Bleiberg Entertainment's Holocaust drama "Adam Resurrected," to be directed by Paul Schrader.
The companion film of Clint Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers," "Letters" examines one of the last and bloodiest battles of World War II from the Japanese perspective.