The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees has organized picture editors and assistants at "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."
Paramount has obtained rights to remake the French cop saga "36 Quai des Orfevres," with Marc Forster directing and Dean Georgaris writing. Robert De Niro's Tribeca and Georgaris' Penn Station are…
Leaders of the Writers Guild of America West have fired exec director John McLean in a move that further muddies Hollywood's already unsettled labor picture.
Warner Bros. has preemptively bought romantic comedy pitch "First Kiss," from writing team Ian Deitchman and Kristin Rusk Robinson, for Donald De Line to produce.
Charlize Theron, Joaquin Phoenix, Susan Sarandon and Matthew Broderick will be saluted at the upcoming Hollywood Film Festival.
Fox 2000 has moved in on "Town House," preemptively buying the film rights to Tish Cohen's debut novel and setting up the project at Fox-based Scott Free to produce.
Paramount is sending Adam Sztykiel to "Nerd Camp," its feature project about summer programs for gifted children that's being developed by Nickelodeon Films and Tollin/Robbins Prods.
Daniel Petrie Jr. has ended his second term as WGA West president with his guns blazing. Petrie has sent an aggrieved four-page letter to all 8,000 WGA West members to complain about accusations…
"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," staying tasty in overseas markets, dominated a moderate weekend at the foreign box office with $13.7 million from nearly 4,000 prints in 55 markets.
Paramount has tapped Dimension's marketing chief Josh Greenstein to serve in the newly created position of senior VP, creative advertising.
For nearly 40 years, the head of the MPAA was Hollywood's face in D.C. Now the org is adding a second, and more familiar, face in Hollywood's backyard. But are two heads better than one?