Now that Seth MacFarlane has tweeted that he simply can't find the time to host the Oscars again, is it too early to say: "Tina Fey, come on down!"
The Back Lot Music album from composer Nathan Whitehead hits stores June 4.
“The Long Ships” based on the novel by Frans Gunnar Bengtsson, follows the life of 10th century Norseman Red Orm.
Jia Zhang-ke’s bloody festival title has now sold in 10 territories, including France, the U.K. and Greece.
The numbers on United Talent Agency's new 130,000-square-foot Beverly Hills digs are notable.
As Cannes celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema, the auteur also discusses the use of Bollywood stars in Hollywood films.
The producers behind HBO's "Game of Thrones" and "Into The Storm" have inked a deal for of Derek B. Miller’s "Norwegian By Night."
The film and TV producer saw revenue rise sharply after becoming the biggest indie movie distributor in Canada and the U.K.
Roadshow CEO Gregg Basser will take a seat on the board of the Hong Kong production and distribution company co-founded by veteran producer Bill Kong.
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon shine in Steven Soderbergh's fabulous Liberace biopic, which is playing in competition at the festival ahead of its May 26 debut on HBO.
Atom Egoyan is directing the crime drama, which also stars Colin Firth.
Culture-clash comedy penned by Jeff Mizushima sells to Third Window Films.
Fifteen winners will be flown to Beijing to receive a $1,000 cash award, with the seven awardees in the short-film category also shooting their entries during their stay.
"Young & Beautiful" director Francois Ozon talks to THR about his film and new details about Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" are revealed.
The French provocateur discusses his competition entry "Young & Beautiful," his difficult teenage years and why he doesn't care about comforting the audience.
A producer for Lars von Trier's hotly anticipated two films tells THR of the sex scenes: "Above the waist it will be the star and the below the waist it will be the doubles.”
John Travolta stars as Gambino family crime boss John Gotti, with Kelly Preston portraying the teflon don's wife, Victoria Gotti. The story follows Gotti and his son, who wants to leave the family business to start fresh on his own.
Leo Rossi and Lem Dobbs wrote the screenplay, based on an original idea by John Gotti Jr.. Marc Fiore, Ted Field, Thomas Devlin and Michael Froch are producing. Shooting is scheduled to begin in New York this September.
Writer-director-star Zach Braff announced that Kate Hudson will play the female lead in Wish I Was Here. Take a look at the photo that includes a concept illustration for Kate Hudson's character Sarah, the wife of Zach Braff's Bloom, along with his full update from his Kickstarter page, which includes the cast he has assembled so far.
"The character of Sarah (my wife) needs to be pretty, funny, believable as a mother of two children ages 5 and 12 and an actress who's skilled at both comedy and drama.
Years later, we have become good friends. There's an added benefit in already being close with the actor playing opposite you; a familiarity that's real and isn't forced. As we shoot in August, I loved the idea of jumping into this movie-marriage with someone with whom I've already shared lots of laughs.
Backers, I am honored and excited to introduce our leading lady: Kate Hudson.
Allow me to introduce our starting lineup thus far:
P.S. We are about to be 40,000 people strong. Can't stop smiling. Love you all,
The story centers on Zach Braff's Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor who can't quite provide for his family. When his father (Mandy Patinkin) becomes ill, he reluctantly agrees to home-school his father's young children, which forces him to learn a lot about himself in the process. We'll keep you posted as soon as more casting updates are announced.