One way or another, "Terminator" should be back in action soon.
Veteran Warner Bros. exec Josh Berger will take on the additional post of president and managing director for Warner Bros. Entertainment Spain.
Newly minted banner Vigilante Entertainment is launching operations by developing Warren Ellis' comicbook series "Black Summer" with Ryne Pearson ("Knowing") tapped to adapt.
Former Polygram chief Stewart Till has completed his drawn-out deal to acquire the U.K.-based international sales and distribution operations of Mel Gibson and Bruce Davey's Icon Group.
One anxiety runs deeper in Hollywood than awards season, weekend boxoffice, primetime ratings or even the recent studio shakeups: Retaining health care benefits.
WGA East has issued a gloomy outlook for the news business and urged the government to provide more support for public broadcasting.
Steve Bickel is leaving The Film Department from his slot as president of international sales.
The Screen Actors Guild is pushing for more English-language programming to be dubbed into Spanish.
Screen Media Films has acquired political thriller "Formosa Betrayed" and set a February domestic release in 15-20 North American cities.
Charlize Theron is revving up for "Mad Max: Fury Road," with producer-director George Miller set to start filming next August in Australia.
Film Movement has acquired North American rights to "The Wind Journeys," Colombia's submission for Oscar's foreign-language film category, and set a spring theatrical release.