Robert Pattinson, who proved his romantic appeal in the teen vampire movie "Twilight," is considering playing another star-crossed lover in the drama "Memoirs."
Film financing will be an important business segment for Aladdin Capital Holdings, the alternative investment management group's chief investment officer said on Tuesday.
“The Education of Charlie Banks” marks the surprisingly sensitive directing debut of Fred Durst, the lead singer of Limp Bizkit, whose hits include the oh-so-catchy “Break Stuff.”
Ethan Coen is going off-Broadway again.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided on Tuesday over a challenge to a campaign finance law by a conservative group in a case that could open the door to fewer restrictions on political advertising.
Zac Efron has dropped out of his role in a remake of “Footloose.”
The spread of new 3-D movie technology to theaters around the world has been slower than expected, but its prospects remain strong because it offers a better visual experience, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. Chief Executive Jeffrey Katzenberg said Tuesday.
Japanese cinema has dominated the third Asian Film Awards, with “Tokyo Sonata” winning best picture and Hirokazu Koreeda named best director for another family drama, “Still Walking.”
Kiefer Sutherland will be back to play Jack Bauer for an eighth season of the hit counterterrorism drama “24,” but the show’s longevity will depend on its writers, the actor said Tuesday.