Many entrepreneurs enter the film business with heightened hopes … and leave with lightened wallets. Billionaire Sidney Kimmel might be the first to fail after making a string of distinctive and…
An f/x-charged action adventure again has flashed its muscle at the overseas box office. Warner Bros.' prehistoric epic "10,000 BC" grossed $39.2 million over the March 14-16 weekend. That's the best…
Lionsgate's "Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns" and Paramount's "Drillbit Taylor" will vie for the top spot in a close race at the weekend box office with holdover "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who," which…
The WGA West has tapped "The Great Debaters" screenwriter Robert Eisele and story collaborator Jeffrey Porro as recipients of its Paul Selvin Award.
New Line production topper Toby Emmerich has been officially anointed president and chief operating officer of the scaled-down mini-major.
Members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have ratified two-year contracts with ABC and CBS for their respective network news staffers.
Catherine Zeta-Jones will star in an untitled romantic comedy for the Film Department, with Bart Freundlich directing from his own script. Shooting starts April 17 on the Process production.
A federal judge has dealt a setback to the Screen Actors Guild over how it disburses millions of dollars from foreign tax revenues to actors.
The AFL-CIO has given its blessing to the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA negotiating jointly at upcoming contract bargaining with the majors on a new feature-primetime contract.
Caveman adventure "10,000 BC" hunted down plenty of foreign coin as it dominated the weekend at the international box office with $38 million from 6,900 playdates in 30 markets.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has demanded that Nickelodeon stop offering contracts to actors that gives the cabler a share of non-Nick income earned by thesps.
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