Spyglass Entertainment has jumped into "Leap Year," preemptively buying the romantic comedy pitch from the writing team of Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont ("Made of Honor") in a deal worth seven…
"Horton Hears a Who!" wore the international crown for the second straight weekend, easily topping a moderate frame with $11.7 million at 6,583 playdates in 54 markets.
Luminaria Films has launched production on the feature "Spoken Word" with Kuno Becker, Ruben Blades, Miguel Sandoval and Persia White starring.
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With SAG waiting in the wings to start its contract talks, the majors will begin three days of negotiations today with the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees.
Michigan is the latest state to enact legislation aimed at boosting local production, with Gov. Jennifer Granholm set to sign an economic stimulus package Monday that includes an aggressive film…
American toons remain a boon overseas, with Twentieth Century Fox's "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" trumpeting its way to No. 1 at the overseas box office over the March 28-30 weekend.
Diane Keaton will topline "The Widows' Adventure," a road trip dramedy with Gold Circle president Paul Brooks producing with Rosa Entertainment's Sidney Sherman.
With high-pressure contract negotiations looming, SAG president Alan Rosenberg has thrown cold water on the idea of any kind of limit on guild member voting.
George Clooney's screwball romantic comedy "Leatherheads" should lead what's expected to be a relatively modest weekend at the domestic box office. Universal opens "Leatherheads" in 2,777 theaters…
Warner Bros. has bought adventure-comedy spec "The Treehouse Gang" from Timothy Dowling and set it up with David Heyman's Heyday Films.
Martin Landau, Armie Hammer and Lindsay Wagner are toplining indie project "Billy: The Early Years," a Billy Graham biopic with Robbie Benson directing.