"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" dominated Oscar-weekend box office overseas, sewing up its third straight victory with $19.6 million at 5,500 playdates in 53 markets.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have rejected the majors' take-it-or-leave-it offer, two days after talks on a feature-primetime deal fell apart over the issue of the length of the new deal.
With Hollywood looking on, SAG's national board is considering the congloms' take-it-or-leave-it offer.
Fresh off the success of "Twilight," Summit Entertainment has set "Eclipse" as the third pic in the vampire series, with a mid-summer release date of June 30, 2010.
"The Dark Knight" has become the fourth film to take in more than $1 billion in worldwide box office.
Confounding expectations that SAG was nearing a deal, the majors and the Screen Actors Guild broke off three days of talks late Thursday with the congloms issuing a take-it-or-leave-it "last, best…
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment has purchased spec script "Old Timers" from playwright Noah Haidle.
Below-the-line workers opposed to the IATSE contract ratification will demonstrate outside the Spirit Awards on Saturday.
After years of watching production lured away by government incentives, California's gotten into the game by approving a five-year $500 million tax credit program.
Lionsgate's "Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail" is expected to lock up the top spot at the weekend box office as Perry's most enduring character returns to a title role for the first time since 2006.
Indie banner Werc Werk Works will produce and fully finance "Howl," starring James Franco, with lensing set to start March 16 in New York City. "Howl" centers on the obscenity trial over Allen…
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