Now that Universal and Paramount have agreed to an amicable divorce, they have to get down to work.
Underscoring the strong foreign appetite for family fare, "Madagascar" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" dominated the international box office during a typically mild end-of-summer Sept. 2-4…
The American Cinema Editors has tapped Randy Roberts as VP, replacing the outgoing Michael Tronick while Ed Abroms was re-elected as treasuer.
The decision to split up UIP was mutual, so both Universal and Paramount are happy. Now all they have to do is figure out the details. And the details are headache-inducing: how to crank up an…
Hollywood's unions continue to offer an array of cut-rate deals for low-budget productions.
B.O.: $31 million Toppers: Ruth Vitale, David Dinerstein, co-presidents Upcoming releases: “Ask the Dust” (date TBA) Analysis: It’s almost as if Paramount Classics has been on steroids in 2005 with…
California's runaway production legislation has been delayed until next year, despite the backing of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Universal and Paramount on Tuesday announced an end to their 24-year marriage in United Intl. Pictures, with each going it alone in 15 countries. The decision, which takes effect in January 2007…