Leaders of American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have elected John Connolly to a third two-year term as president. Connolly, a Los Angeles-based actor with recent credits on "The West…
Opting for opening in a few markets at a time rather than massive day-and-date launches, "Madagascar" led a moderate foreign box office with $31 million at 5,100 locations while "Charlie and the…
Paramount has tapped Dimension exec Dan Levine as senior VP of production and longtime analyst Mark Miner as senior VP of the story department.
Edward C. Powell, First VP of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, has announced his retirement after 34 years on the general exec board.
Two months into her new job, Paramount president Gail Berman's started putting her stamp on the studio. If nothing else, that stamp's going to be colorful.
With only slight fanfare in the United States, "Howl's Moving Castle" has joined an elite group of hit pics from non-English-speaking countries.
Things are lonely out there in limbo-land. But less lonely than in the past. A growing number of movies lately seem to be in a holding pattern insofar as their releases are concerned.
Paramount has decided to fly with "The Pilot," paying mid-six against high-six figures to snap up Johnny Rosenthal's comedy pitch about a pilot-turned-steward. Par, which outbid several studios in an…
Leaders of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have approved cutting the size of its national board from 116 to 73.
Paramount's massive makeover has kicked into high gear, with chairman Brad Grey tapping Revolution Studios partner Rob Moore to become Par's president of worldwide marketing, distribution and…
Paramount's hitting the campus, setting up a feature development deal with the CollegeHumor.com Web site and Par-based Alphaville. CollegeHumor.com, and Alphaville partner Sean Daniel are aiming to…