Homer's heft keeps growing. "The Simpsons Movie" topped a cooling but still solid foreign box office for the third straight weekend, with $23.2 million at 5,806 playdates in 59 markets.
When it comes to handicapping whether Hollywood will have a strike, you can't tell the players without a scorecard. In fact, you can't even tell what's going on with a scorecard.
A food-obsessed French rat couldn't edge out a fish named Nemo, but he still did mighty well for himself.
Bold Films is climbing into "The Hole," buying the horror spec by Mark L. Smith ("Vacancy") and setting it up as a co-production between Bold and Benderspink.
Ben Kingsley, Josh Peck, Famke Janssen, Mary-Kate Olsen, Olivia Thirlby and Method Man have been cast in Occupant Films comedy "The Wackness."
New Line's signed Chris Noth to reprise his "Mr. Big" role from "Sex and the City" in the feature version.
Summit Entertainment, which has reinvented itself as a full-service studio, has hired Geoff Shaevitz as senior VP of production and Michael Schaefer as VP of acquisitions and co-productions.
Film Independent has set its Spirit Awards ceremonies for Feb. 23, in its customary slot of one day prior to the Academy Awards.
New Line has tapped Fox Broadcasting and FX marketing topper Chris Carlisle as its domestic theatrical marketing chief, replacing Russell Schwartz.
Odd Lot Entertainment has hired industry vets Keith Kauffman as senior VP of business & legal affairs and Andrew Boyd as director of marketing & publicity.
Ed Harris, Viggo Mortensen and Renee Zellweger will topline the Western drama "Appaloosa," with Harris directing from the screenplay he co-wrote with Robert Knott.
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