The shuttering of Warner Independent and Picturehouse brought shockwaves to the indie distribution landscape. But to some, the more unsettling realization is that Think is on the brink.
Despite actors' penchant for seeking the spotlight, the Screen Actors Guild's keeping a low profile as it returns to the negotiating table.
The legal heat keeps mounting on David Bergstein, the topper of Capitol Films and ThinkFilm, as Allied Advertising has filed a lawsuit against them alleging $4.2 million in unpaid bills.
Jon Cryer, William H. Macy, Leslie Mann and James Spader star in Warner Bros.' family comedy adventure "Shorts," directed by Robert Rodriguez from his own screenplay.
In an unusual reversal of box office politics, women will be driving weekend traffic as New Line and Warner Bros. open the bigscreen adaptation of former HBO series "Sex and the City" in 3,285…
"Sex and the City" has started smartly in its overseas launch with an estimated $4.8 million on its opening day in the U.K. and France.
Hollywood's strike fever has dropped a few degrees as SAG and the majors resumed talks Wednesday with the majors after AFTRA signed a primetime pact in the middle of the night.
Even as insiders insisted that a deal was within reach, AFTRA and the majors continued to test the town's patience by going down to the wire after three weeks of talks.
Starz Prods. has launched production of ensemble comedy "Table for Three," with Brandon Routh, Sophia Bush, Jesse Bradford, Jennifer Morrison, Johnny Galecki and Lisa Lapira. Michael Samonek directs…
Regent Releasing has acquired distribution rights to ensemble comedy "Kabluey," starring Lisa Kudrow, Scott Prendergast, Teri Garr, Christine Taylor, Conchata Ferrell, Chris Parnell and Jeffrey Dean…
"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" unearthed international box office treasure with $146.5 million at 12,000 playdates in 56 markets -- the fifth biggest foreign weekend ever -- and…
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