New Line's "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" remains ruler of the foreign box office with $35.3 million in its fourth weekend in 51 territories, fending off a spirited challenge from…
Taking an assertive initial tack, new WGA West president Charles Holland has declared that last week's surprise departure of Victoria Riskin from the prexy slot hasn't hurt the guild as it heads into…
Paramount has decided it wants to "Adopt-a-Con," setting up the long-gestating comedy for Walter Latham and David Permut to produce.
Paramount is developing a live-action version of "The Trumpet of the Swan," E.B. White's final children's book, for Jordan Kerner to produce.
A sense of humor helped around the Par lot during 2003. Comedies "School of Rock" and "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" were the studio's surprise hits. Its other highs came from a light-hearted remake…
Tom Cruise has ended the domination of Frodo & Co. in foreign markets, as "The Last Samurai" may have dethroned "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" with an estimated $30.6 million over…
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Mike Nichols and Cary Brokaw as the 2004 recipients of the Visionary Award for their work in producing "Angels in America."
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped Kevin Brownlow for a special recognition award for his work in restoring and preserving silent films.
Hollywood is scratching its collective head over the embarrassing resignation Jan. 6 of Victoria Riskin as Writers Guild of America, West, prexy and her replacement by VP Charles Holland.
Orlando Bloom has emerged as the leading candidate to replace Ashton Kutcher in director Cameron Crowe's "Elizabethtown."
The Directors Guild of America has opted for an eclectic mix of TV movie nominees, tapping a classic musical, an epic miniseries about the AIDS crisis and a trio of offbeat dramas.