Indie shingles Smithfield Street Prods. and Proud Mary Entertainment are launching a six-picture alliance with the ensemble comedy "Hollywood and Wine," starring David Spade, Chazz Palmenteri, Vivica…
Warren Zide ("American Pie") has decided to bring to life "The Harvard Zombie Massacre," snapping up the comedy-horror spec by tyro scribes Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit.
Is there a way for SAG to save face? Negotiations between the actors guild and the majors resume this morning after a three-day recess.
"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" stayed socko at the weekend's international box office with $71.5 million at 8,439 playdates in 60 territories while "Sex and the City" wowed…
When it comes to pitching tentpoles, Hollywood is spending more and more promo coin outside the United States.
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.
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