Patti Rockenwagner, Paramount Pictures' top PR exec, is ankling the studio.
Hollywood scribes have narrowly elected John Wells to the presidency of the Writers Guild of America West, returning to him to the post he held a decade ago.
With most summer blockbusters fading from foreign multiplexes, "The Final Destination" has shown respectable traction internationally and is headed toward the top offshore grosses of the horror…
IFC Films has acquired North American rights to indie drama "Afterschool," the debut feature of Antonio Campos.
Members of the Writers Guild of America East have opted for incumbents in their election, which saw Michael Winship officially re-elected as president after running unopposed.
The Weinstein Co. has delayed potential awards contender "Youth in Revolt," starring Michael Cera, from Oct. 30 to Jan. 15.
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Matt Damon will star in "Hereafter," Clint Eastwood's next producing-directing project for Warner Bros., with lensing on the thriller set to begin this fall.
Josh Lucas has joined the cast of Warner Bros. romancer "Life as We Know It" alongside Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel and Christina Hendricks.
Chazz Palminteri will write and co-produce indie drama "Wall Street Mafia" for Fiore Films, with lensing to start in New York in February.
Roberta Reardon has been selected as one of the 51 VPs who make up the AFL-CIO Executive Council.