Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group has acquired most international distribution rights for Robert Rodriguez's "Machete."
Darren Aronofsky will direct and produce an indie heist thriller based on the daring $85 million robbery at the Securitas Depot in Tonbridge, England, in February 2006.
Sony has scheduled advance screenings of Michael Jackson's "This Is It" documentary for Oct. 27 -- a day ahead of the original release date -- along with 15 simultaneous premiere events.
Rainbow Media's fledgling Sundance Selects label has acquired North American rights to Don Argott's documentary "The Art of the Steal," 10 days after the film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
The Producers Guild of America has decided to follow the lead of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and expand nominations for its top feature film category to 10.
Members of the Writers Guild of America East have opted for incumbents in their election, which saw Michael Winship officially re-elected as president after running unopposed.
"Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" dominated an otherwise downbeat domestic weekend box office.
The Screen Actors Guild has officially disavowed a controversial decision by its Hollywood board to explore the "acquisition" of actors repped through the American Federation of Television & Radio…
Michael Moore hit both the Venice and Toronto fests to promote "Capitalism: A Love Story." His next stop: the New York Film Fest on Sept. 21, with theatrical launches two days later in Los Angeles…
Patti Rockenwagner, Paramount Pictures' top PR exec, is ankling the studio.
Hollywood scribes have narrowly elected John Wells to the presidency of the Writers Guild of America West, returning to him to the post he held a decade ago.