The WGA West has selected Budd Schulberg as recipient of its 2008 Laurel Award for Screen, honoring lifetime achievement in writing for motion pictures.
"La Vie en rose" producer Alain Goldman has expanded operations into the U.S. by launching Legende Films in Los Angeles as a subsidiary of his Paris-based production house Legende.
Kumar's OK with no longer being Kumar. So said Kal Penn after Thursday's preem of New Line's "Harold & Kumar: Escape From Guantanamo Bay" at the ArcLight.
With feature-primetime negotiations moving into a critical second week, the Screen Actors Guild and the majors continued to supply tiny doses of optimism that a thesp strike can be averted this…
Michel Shane and Anthony Romano ("I Robot," "Catch Me if You Can") are developing "Lifeboat 13," based on the WWII story of the four chaplains who gave their lives during the 1943 sinking of the…
Rob Schneider, Tania Raymonde, Kristin Cavallari, Rumer Willis and Ryan Merriman will star in indie ensemble comedy "Wild Cherry" for Redwood Palms, Rampage Entertainment and Farpoint Films.
Family favorite "Horton Hears a Who!" edged "21" and "Street Kings" to lead a mild spring frame at the foreign box office with $9.7 million at 5,301 playdates, the fourth consecutive win for the CGI…
Nu Image/Millennium Films plans to break ground on a new studio in Shreveport, La., on Tuesday.
Will the Screen Actors Guild go on strike when its feature-primetime contract expires June 30? With Hollywood still unnerved by the possibility of a second strike in less than seven months, the…
SAG and the majors have completed a fifth day of negotiations while keeping a lid on whether any progress has been achieved.
While the domestic box office limps into summer, the international B.O. is being somewhat kinder to Hollywood.
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