"The Bourne Ultimatum" stayed on target overseas, dominating the international B.O. with $13 million from 48 markets in a mild weekend.
TV writer-producer Michael Winship has been tapped as president of the Writers Guild of America East for a two-year term.
Troma Studios topper Lloyd Kaufman has been tapped as chairman of the Independent Film & Television Alliance for a two-year term.
SAG president Alan Rosenberg has won a narrow victory over Seymour Cassel, topping the veteran indie actor by 710 votes for a second two-year term as head of the 120,000-member thesp union.
The Directors Guild of America is waiting in the wings should contract negotiations with showbiz scribes remain unproductive.
Bill Pohlad's River Road Entertainment has tapped Mitch Horwits prexy of the indie banner.
There'll be plenty of box office action this weekend for younger moviegoers as Sony's horror three-quel "Resident Evil: Extinction" battles it out with Lionsgate's Dane Cook-Jessica Alba laffer "Good…
For a second time, the Screen Actors Guild has blasted "Kid Nation" over its alleged mistreatment of children.
Summit Entertainment has pacted with Toronto-based Entertainment One for distribution of its feature films in Canada and the U.K. through 2010.
Dimension Films has completed casting for spoof comedy "Superhero" and set a March 28 release date.
With the town increasingly agitated about a possible writers' strike, the saber-rattling's amped up as the companies' chief negotiator blasted the WGA as unprofessional and unresponsive.