Another adult political thriller --Russell Crowe starrer "State of Play" -- dares the market today, but the Universal film will have a hard time keeping up with more escapist fare.
CineVegas has selected Bobcat Goldthwait's "World's Greatest Dad" as its closing-night film.
Todd Amorde has resigned in the first significant staff departure since David White took over.
David Matalon's DM Prods. has snagged feature rights to Brit author Danny King's upcoming novel "The Henchmen's Book Club."
A settlement has been reached in Moritz Borman's lawsuit against two of his fellow "Terminator: Salvation" producers and their Halcyon Co. banner.
Regent Releasing and Here Media have acquired North American distribution rights to the docudrama "Eichmann" from U.K.-based Entertainment Motion Pictures and will distribute the pic in October.
SAG prexy Alan Rosenberg blasts his political opponents via the official magazine.
Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media is close to reaching a three-year output deal with Lionsgate covering four to five movies a year.
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles posted its weakest quarter ever during the opening three months of this year amid the threat of an actors strike and the ongoing trend of features shooting…
British thesp Michael Sheen has joined the "Twilight" brigade.
"Fast and Furious" drove to an easy victory at the foreign box office with a healthy Easter weekend of $46.5 million at 5,118 playdates in 50 markets.