Pottermania ruled the world as the opening weekend of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" dominated international moviegoing with a socko $190.3 million from more than 12,000 prints.
At a moment when all industry planning seems keyed to a possible strike, talks between Hollywood's talent guilds and their employers are finally about start.
SAG has tapped Jeff Margolis, who has served as exec producer of the SAG Awards since 1999, to produce the next three awards telecasts.
With crucial Writers Guild negotiations about to start, a trio of key industry players rattled sabers and offered a downbeat outlook Friday on prospects for a deal with scribes any time soon.
Summer 2007 is just a little more than half over, but studio chiefs are already anxious about their plans for another season of eye-popping tentpoles. We're not talking about next summer; we're…
Hollywood has taken full advantage of the absence of soccer this summer in international markets. Tentpoles have been dominating foreign biz, with the third versions of "Pirates of the Caribbean" and…
Will "Sicko" be socko in Osaka? Michael Moore and the Weinstein Co. are about to find out as they prep the foreign launch of the docu, starting with the Middle East and Australia in early August…
This is going to be "a stressful year." That's CBS topper Leslie Moonves' early take on the looming contract talks between Hollywood producers and the major guilds -- even if there isn't a strike.
"Transformers" has conquered China, opening with a boffo $5 million in its first two days.
In a defiant move as negotiations loom, WGA leaders are warning the industry that their members are braced for a battle with studios and networks.
Tim Robbins, Martin Landau, Marianne Jean-Baptiste and newcomer Harry Treadaway have joined the cast of Walden Media and Playtone's "City of Ember."