Frustrated by the seven-week contract stalemate between the Screen Actors Guild and the majors, the guild's New York leaders have demanded that a federal mediator be brought in to jump-start the…
"The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" is showing plenty of life outside the U.S.
The Screen Actors Guild's continuing to insist that it's still engaged in contract talks with the majors -- while the congloms have countered by saying SAG's all wet.
With a worldwide gross of $700 million (and still counting), "The Dark Knight" is exactly the kind of film Warner Bros. likes to make.
Universal's "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" has shown plenty of life at the international box office, leading the charts for two consecutive weekends.
The WGA West has set Feb. 7 as the date for its awards banquet at the Century Plaza.
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"The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" showed plenty of life internationally, dominating the weekend B.O. overseas with $56.1 million at 6,453 playdates in 49 markets.
Sony's R-rated stoner comedy "Pineapple Express" lit up the box office on Wednesday, grossing $12.1 million from 3,072 theaters to toke on the best Wednesday opening ever for August.
Is it just more chatter, or are contract talks actually going on between SAG and reps for the majors? The answer depends on whom you ask.
NeoClassics Films has acquired North American rights to Australian coming-of-age comedy "The Black Balloon" from Icon Entertainment Intl. for mid-six figures.
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