Cavemen adventure "10,000 BC" hunted down the top slot at the international box office over the weekend, tallying $25.3 million at 3,600 playdates in 20 markets.
AFTRA has reached a tentative three-year deal with networks on its network code, which covers work by its members on nonprimetime TV.
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Hollywood knows there's no such thing as a sure thing in the international marketplace, but it's found a consistent sweet spot outside the United States: fantasy-adventure films aimed at families.
In a move that spotlights the growing squeeze in the specialty pic arena, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment is slashing its slate from five to six films per year to two to three.
French comedy "Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" pulled off one of the more impressive upsets at the international box office in recent memory, scoring the biggest opening ever in France and easily taking…
SAG and AFTRA appear to have buried the hatchet on a nasty jurisdictional dispute, clearing the way for joint negotiations on their film-primetime contract in late March or early April.
First Look Studio plans a June release for "Miss Conception," formerly titled "Buy Borrow and Steal," which it acquired at the Berlin Film Festival.
Jason Reitman is attached to direct and Jim Carrey is aboard to topline comedy "Pierre Pierre" for Fox Atomic.
Directors Guild of America members have ratified a three-year agreement with ABC, CBS and NBC that covers members who work in news, sports and operations.
The Screen Actors Guild has completed the launch of its year-old iActor online casting directory, which includes nearly 24,000 member resumes.
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