The Writers Guild of America West has notified its staff that it will cut at least 10% of its 185 employees as a result of an operating deficit of more than $2 million.
Paramount has nabbed bigscreen rights to an upcoming Wired magazine article about a band of Italian diamond thieves. J.J. Abrams is producing through his Bad Robot shingle.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired domestic distribution rights to biopic "Coco Before Chanel," starring Audrey Tautou and directed by Anne Fontaine.
The Hollywood Film Festival has added a comedy segment at this year's event.
"Marley and Me" fetched the spot at the weekend's international box office, edging the second frame of "Watchmen" with $13.9 million at 2,708 playdates in 34 markets.
Senator Distribution has acquired North American rights to indie family drama "The Greatest," starring Pierce Brosnan, Susan Sarandon and Carey Mulligan.
Harlan Ellison has sued CBS Paramount over its alleged failure to pay him for the merchandising, publishing and other exploitations of "City on the Edge of Forever," an early "Star Trek" episode that…
AFTRA has organized the employees at CBS3.com in Philadelphia -- among the first website workers at a local owned-and-operated station to be covered by an AFTRA contract.
Despite recent nudges by Tom Hanks and other high-profile thesps, SAG and the congloms have stayed silent about their long-stalled film-TV negotiations.
Disney family adventure remake "Race to Witch Mountain" sprinted to the top of the domestic box office chart in its debut, grossing $25 million from 3,187 theaters to topple Warner Bros. holdover…
Warner Bros. is doing "It," tapping Dave Kajganich to adapt Stephen King's novel, with Dan Lin and Vertigo's Roy Lee and Doug Davison producing.