"Apocalypto" is going nowhere. The Walt Disney Co. through its spokesperson has officially confirmed on Friday, August 11 that the Mayan language picture is still under the company's banner to be released on December 8 this year as planned.
Paris Hilton was reportedly bitten by Baby Luv, her kinkajou monkey, in the early hours of Tuesday morning August 8th, because of which she had to visit a hospital emergency room to receive a tetanus shot.
Updating the news of this year's Toronto International Film Festival, some big titles have delightfully been announced to be included as part of the event and have their world premieres there, the organizers have revealed on Thursday, August 10.
It's wrapped up. Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. has announced that its project of "Watching the Detectives" has just finished the filming production after being shot in New York City for some time.
This one sure is worth waiting for. A directorial debut of Oscar-winning writer Charlie Kaufman, "Synecdoche" has satisfyingly included Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman and Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Williams in its cast list, making the film undoubtedly a promising high-profile project to come up.
Christopher Nolan is about to add one more directorial stint in his resume. According to Variety, the acclaimed filmmaker is close to a deal to helm Universal's "The Prisoner", a big screen adaptation of TV series of the same name aired in the '60s.
It probably will be one of the good moments Mark Dindal can keep in mind. The filmmaker finally could encounter his directorial debut on live-action feature as he has been tapped to helm "Sherlock's Secretary", a new project from Walden Media and Nash Entertainment.
Courteney Cox and David Arquette seem to have a very happy marriage, but that doesn't mean they never face any difficulties in living their love life. The actress spills all to Life magazine in its new issue that she and David once went to a therapist to work the things out.
A seemingly promising project is on its way to come to the surface through Mandate Pictures. The company has successfully obtained the rights to "27 Times", a dark, supernatural thriller flick written by Thomas Thonson.
The Weinstein Company is taking full speed indeed. Barely obtained the distribution rights to "Nomad", it has already carried out the same thing to a suspense-thriller flick entitled "Prey" for North America region.
Joining forces to make a new film together, Universal Pictures International and Intermedia have just unveiled their intention to bring up "Magicians" to the big screen, Variety has revealed. Both companies have assigned the team behind Channel 4's sitcom of "Peep Show" to bring out the project to the surface.
First it was Madonna who did it, and now it's time for Kirsten Dunst to do it. The young and beautiful starlet poses as Marie Antoinette for the September issue of Vogue magazine, hit the newsstands Tuesday August 15th.