Not that there was any doubt, but the latest statistics for filming in L.A. confirm what everybody already knows: The studios and networks have revved up production, stockpiling projects as strike…
National Lampoon has acquired Intl. Danger Alliance's post-apocalyptic comedy "Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell" and plans a fall theatrical release.
Summit Entertainment, which has relaunched as a full-service studio, has tapped David C. Friedman as its exec VP and general counsel, and promoted Andrew Matosich to exec VP of business affairs.
Production has launched in Los Angeles on indie comedy "Deep in the Valley," starring Chris Pratt and Brendan Hines. Persistent Entertainment is producing.
Arclight Films has completed financing a remake of the 1977 Australian suspenser "Long Weekend," with Jamie Blanks ("Urban Legend") to direct.
Despite a bitter split in its leadership, the Screen Actors Guild is moving toward a tougher stance at upcoming contract negotiations.
The Simpsons aren't just America's first family. Homer and his clan ruled the world as "The Simpsons Movie" dominated foreign box office with $96 million at 5,426 playdates in 71 markets.
March 1 is looming large on calendars all over Hollywood. For studio honchos, it's the last date to get cameras rolling on major movie projects to avoid the whammy of a possible SAG strike in July.
Taking horror movies overseas hasn't proved too frightening for Hollywood. While the genre tends to generate reliable coin rather than blockbuster returns, some horror titles manage to scare up even…
Bruce Willis is living large and free overseas. 20th Century Fox's "Die Hard 4.0" -- as Willis' new film, titled "Live Free or Die Hard" domestically, is known in foreign territories -- has continued…
Imagi Studios U.S.A. and the Animation Guild have finalized a contract covering animation writers, storyboard artists and designers.