The nation's theater owners were just starting to believe that studios could adhere to a consistent 12-month release schedule. That was before "Eurotrip," "Against the Ropes" and "Welcome to…
Jack Black, star of Paramount's recent laffer "School of Rock," has been named comedy star of the year for ShoWest 2004.
Marvel Entertainment on Thursday announced an agreement with Lions Gate Entertainment to bring two new superhero characters to the bigscreen.
What's wrong with this picture? Monday saw another exchange of barbs by Disney execs and disgruntled former board members, as well as still more analyst critiques of possible takeover scenarios in…
In an arrangement integrating movie marketing more directly into other cinema advertising, Sony Pictures and Regal CineMedia announced a deal Monday through which the studio will contribute…
Ryan Gosling, star of upcoming Paramount Classics drama "The United States of Leland," has been named male star of tomorrow for ShoWest 2004.
A week away from Oscar's big night, the latest box office session proved notably tepid despite four wide openers. Sony's "50 First Dates" again topped the competish in its second weekend, but an…
Andrew Stanton, who wrote and helmed last year's "Finding Nemo" blockbuster, will be honored as animation director of the year at ShoWest 2004.
A Gotham-based group of investors, who had announced plans for a production facility in midtown Manhattan dubbed Studio City New York, are acquiring Culver Studios, Sony's annex production lot.
Phil Anschutz, known for his knack of buying valuable assets at rock-bottom prices, seems to have done it again. The reclusive Denver billionaire -- who previously turned inexpensive rail rights into…
Strong sales for DVD releases including "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde" helped MGM boost fourth-quarter profit 3% to $60.3 million, though the Lion's total quarterly revenue fell 13% to…