Round one of the digital demolition derby has ended in acrimony, to nobody's particular surprise. Hollywood's actors, writers and directors have been told they'll receive a far smaller slice of…
Bob Cooper's Landscape Entertainment has tapped Michael Nash senior VP with responsibilities to find, develop and package material.
Mandalay Integrated Media Entertainment has partnered with the Palm Beach Film Festival in an effort to boost the event's profile. Festival, whose 11th edition will unspool in April, and Mime will…
Warner Bros. Pictures has bought the film rights to Scott Lynch’s fantasy epic “The Lies of Locke Lamora” for Michael De Luca and Julie Yorn to produce. “Locke Lamora,” the first of a seven-book…
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists is moving its national department of equal employment opportunities from New York to L.A. on Wednesday.
The Producers Guild of America has set its 2007 awards show for Jan. 20 at the Century Plaza. The 18th annual event has been absent from the Century Plaza for two years. It was held at Culver Studios…
The final weekend of the Winter Olympics chilled the foreign box office as "Syriana" led a modest showing by Hollywood films with $5.9 million at more than 1,300 playdates in 20 markets.
This week, actors, writers and directors are expected to start receiving residuals they hadn't even dreamed of a just a few months ago. But instead of bringing smiles, the checks might be bringing…
New Line has decided to get "All Boxed Up," buying Ross Venokur's family comedy pitch for low against mid-six figures and setting it up with J.C. Spink and Chris Bender at their Benderspink banner.
Writers Guild of America West interim chief David Young has fired longtime guild spokeswoman Cheryl Rhoden from her post as assistant exec director, reflecting the org's ongoing turmoil.
Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" has become the fifth pic of all time to cross the $600 million mark in international grosses.