Runaway production, fueled by foreign incentives, has become a sad fact of life for U.S. showbiz. Feature spending in the U.S. fell 17% to $3.24 billion between 1998 and 2001; spending in Canada grew…
All that runaway production hasn't come back yet. The attraction of subsidized feature film production outside the United States has led to losses for the U.S. economy of $4.1 billion and 25,000 jobs…
IATSE has announced it has negotiated a 3-1/2-year contract with New York Times Television covering motion picture and sound editing for cable television productions.
A pair of filmmaker advocacy orgs -- the Film Foundation and the Artists Rights Foundation -- have merged under the umbrella of the Directors Guild of America.
Showing strong support for Hollywood on the runaway production front, the California State Assembly has backed tax credit legislation for projects filmed in California.
The state of California has reiterated its stance against "pay to audition" casting workshops, three months after warning operators of those workshops that they're breaking the law by charging actors…
Citing runaway production, the Directors Guild of America will take Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Miami and Orlando off its list of "production centers" on July 1.
Screen Actors Guild execs have significantly scaled back the size of SAG's new Gotham offices amid persistent questions about its 20-year, $56 million lease agreement.
The Screen Actors Guild has promoted legal department attorneys Duncan Crabtree-Ireland and Alison Platt.
The Screen Actors Guild has transferred a pair of veteran execs to head SAGIndie, the guild's outreach arm for independent filmmakers, and relocated the operation to national headquarters in…
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Daily:$4.7M Cumulative:$167.1M Disney 36.50%
Rio 22Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$46.3M Fox 59.74%
Draft Day3Daily:$1.2M Cumulative:$11.9M Lionsgate / Summit 43.09%