The Film Department has named veteran exec Scott Nemes as VP of production and development.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Warner Bros. in the copyright infringement case involving the studio's 2006 feature "We Are Marshall" and the 2000 documentary "Ashes to Glory, the Tragedy and…
SAG has agreed to patch up its relationship with AFTRA and conduct joint negotiations for the commercials contract seven months after AFTRA angrily split with its rival on primetime contract talks.
Wind Dancer Films is developing an adaptation of Howard Blum's recently published "American Lightning: Terror, Mystery, the Birth of Hollywood, and the Crime of the Century."
Summit Entertainment has launched development of an untitled college comedy by the "Sex Drive" team of Sean Anders and John Morris.
"Eagle Eye" soared past rivals, collecting $12 million at 3,779 playdates in 49 markets to top a moderate frame at the international box office.
In a move to jumpstart stalled negotiations, the Screen Actors Guild has asked that a federal mediator join the talks — and has held off on sending out a strike authorization to members.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have recessed for the night without deciding on whether to ask members for a strike authorization.
Walden Media has made a pre-emptive purchase of "Tough Cookies," a script centered on life in the Girl Scouts by sisters Carley Steiner and Chelsea Steiner.
David Hartley-Margolin has been elected as third VP of the Screen Actors Guild, the top elected post among SAG's regional branches.
Over the past two years, a growing number of states have been engaging in a game of one-upsmanship by offering increasingly generous incentives to lure productions to shoot on their home turf.