Foreign markets embraced a diverse trio of American successes during the past weekend, with the Spider-Man and Shrek sequels outperforming their predecessors and Michael Moore's "Farenheit 9/11"…
Revolution Studios has decided to go back to camp, acquiring scribe Greg Coolidge's comedy pitch "Camp Sachem" for Guy Walks Into a Bar and H2F Entertainment to produce.
In a move that defuses a possible nationwide strike, negotiators repping producers and five Basic Crafts unions including studio drivers have reached a tentative agreement on a three-year deal.
The Directors Guild of America said its efforts to ease the problem of late script delivery in episodic TV have begun to pay off. Rod Holcomb, chair of the DGA's TV committee, said the response to…
Citing financial pressures, AFTRA's leaders have launched a cost-cutting reorganization that includes moving its national headquarters from New York to Los Angeles next year.
It's Spider-Man's world, but there's still plenty of room for Shrek and Michael Moore. Sony's superhero sequel "Spider-Man 2" spun $53 million overseas from 5,754 prints in 50 territories, lifting…
Paramount has tapped Alec Baldwin to round out the cast for Cameron Crowe's romantic comedy "Elizabethtown," starring Kirsten Dunst, Orlando Bloom and Susan Sarandon.
Though Hollywood likes sequels, nobody wants 2005 to become a replay of 2001.
There could be plenty of B.O. fireworks next Fourth of July, as a pair of pricey tentpoles look to stake out the same weekend turf in 2005.
Paramount has set up a feature project based on the early days of the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies, the long-running vaudeville review starring showbiz veterans, with producer Nelson Woss through…
After a complaint by AFTRA, the National Labor Relations Board has agreed to charge WFSB-TV in Hartford, Conn., with violations of federal labor law.