The Magnolia Pictures-owned company acquires the worldwide rights to teen horror
Jacob Vaughn's film stars Ken Marino ("Burning Love," "Party Down") as a man whose stomach is possessed by a demon
One "Super Smoothie" pouch will be donated to a hungry child for every movie ticket or download sold during opening weekend
Juno Temple and Michael Angarano star in the feature film debut from Ramaa Mosley
Magnolia acquires Janet Tobias' first documentary, about 38 Ukrainian Jews who survived World War II by living in caves for 18 months
Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz and Ben Foster star in the dramatic thriller
Candid sit-down with Apple boss Steve Jobs will receive limited theatrical release next month, with DVD and Video on Demand releases this summer
Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Kristin Scott Thomas and Christina Ricci star in "Bel Ami," which Magnolia Pictures has acquired
In 3 deals closed in Park City on Saturday, Magnolia takes ensemble drama, controversial thriller and Julie Delpy romp
Fresh off the release of his best-selling e-book, the media entrepreneur talks about the challenges of running HDNet, Magnolia, Landmark and the Mavs
Studio will release the film about a fired Blue Oyster Cult roadie through its VOD service on Dec. 2 and in theaters Jan. 6
Sarah Polley wrote, directed and produced the drama that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival
The studio acquires North American rights to the actor's Western "Blackthorn"
Media mogul says he will only sell for the right price
Mark Cuban's 2929 Productions is financing and the billionaire will have a cameo
Ti West ("House of the Devil") punched another guest in the face, breaking his nose
Murder mystery originally was to be released by Weinstein Co.
Alex Holdridge will direct Fox Searchlight's romantic comedy from a script by Elan Mastai
The Aussies nix softcore, a Weinstein orphan may have a new home, and "Star Wars" takes the summer crown
Leon Gast's documentary focuses on paparazzo
Company acquires North American rights to film version of bestselling book
Romantic comedy co-stars Timothy Hutton, Kristen Bell, Justin Long.