Harvey Weinstein's efforts to placate fans of "Fanboys" failed to prevent a protest in Los Angeles during the opening night of Dimension's spoof "Superhero Movie."
"Horton Hears a Who" heard the jangling of the most overseas coin over the weekend, topping a moderate frame with $13.2 million at 5,743 playdates in 52 markets and edging "10,000 BC."
With feature-primetime contract negotiations looming, AFTRA has declared war on SAG and carried through on its threat to negotiate a separate deal with the majors.
Voltage Pictures has acquired foreign rights to Stallion Media's horror pic "Hybrid," directed by Eric Valette ("One Missed Call").
Hollywood's "10,000 BC" and "Horton Hears a Who!" have managed to dislodge French megahit "Bievenue chez les Ch'tis" from the top slot at the foreign box office.
Putting aside longstanding animosities, leaders of SAG and AFTRA are presenting a united front for a change.
Without any real breakout hits, Hollywood's seeing solid rather than spectacular box office so far this year as the first quarter ends.
Continuing to energize its executive suite, MGM has named Becky Sloviter VP of production.
Summit Entertainment has given life to "The Tomb," buying Miles Chapman's script and signing Jeff Wadlow to direct.
Montecito Pictures has fallen for "Underage," buying the romantic comedy spec by the writing team of Scott Neustadter and Mike Weber ("Pink Panther 2") for mid- against high-six figures.
The stage is set for Chernin & Iger, the sequel. They're the exec duo that helped to engineer deals with the directors and writers. And now that the SAG-AFTRA negotiations are looming as early as…
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