Universal is prepping for two break-ups: the Jennifer Aniston/Vince Vaughn comedy and the studio's 2007 split from Paramount on the UIP distribution venture.
Paramount Classics is getting the band back together. Indie division is in negotiations with helmer Larry Charles to direct "The Dirt," a Motley Crue biopic based on the rockers' 2001 book "The Dirt…
The New York State Legislature has boosted film production incentives as part of its new $112 billion state budget. The 2006-07 budget, approved Wednesday, included provisions extending the…
Foley & Lardner has hired M. Kenneth Suddleson in its Los Angeles office for its business law department and entertainment & media industry team.
Fox Intl. has promoted Craig Dehmel to VP of sales & strategic planning and Peter Cordova to VP of finance. Dehmel will report to Fox Intl. co-prexies Tomas Jegeus and Paul Hanneman; Cordova will…
New Line has tapped Emmy-nominated scribes Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky to pen comedy project "Heirhead Apparent," set up with producer Mike Karz.
Turns out "Ice Age: The Meltdown" was a lot hotter at the international weekend box office than Fox Intl. estimated on Sunday -- $17.3 million hotter, to be exact. The distrib said Monday that the…
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have approved the first update in its animation cable contract, covering residuals by voice performers on such shows as "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "The Boondocks."
"Ice Age: The Meltdown" cooled off significantly but still had the heat to win its fourth consecutive weekend at a surprisingly lively international box office with $23 million at 5,486 playdates in…
Talk about global warming. Three weeks of better-than-expected performance by Fox Intl.'s "Ice Age: The Meltdown" has revived what had been a lackluster 2006 at the international box office.
Hollywood, which never has a shortage of worries, is growing increasingly concerned over what SAG and the WGA West might do at upcoming contract talks.