Lionsgate has appealed the decision by Canadian regulators to rescind its poison pill defense.
The Directors Guild of America's decided to let the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA go first at the negotiating table.
Edward Furlong and horror film veteran Michael Berryman are toplining indie thriller "Below Zero.
Summit Entertainment has closed its deal with helmer Bill Condon to close out the "Twilight" saga.
Bob Pisano, the president and interim CEO of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, has been tapped as chairman of the Motion Picture & Television Fund's Board of Directors.
Imax and Warner Bros. have completed an agreement to release up to 20 Warner films in Imax's format over the next three and a half years through 2013, including "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."
Newly minted Inception Media Group has bought U.S. rights to action thriller "2:22."
Veteran manager Dave Brown will spearhead Artist Intl.'s writer and director divisions.
Platinum's vampire comicbook series "Blood Nation" is set for the feature treatment.
Ice Cube has joined Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster to star in Oren Moverman's police drama "Rampart."
Veteran manager Dave Brown will spearhead Artist International's writer and director divisions as the newly appointed president of motion picture and television literary.