California's runaway production legislation has been delayed until next year, despite the backing of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
Universal and Paramount on Tuesday announced an end to their 24-year marriage in United Intl. Pictures, with each going it alone in 15 countries. The decision, which takes effect in January 2007…
The Hollywood Film Festival will honor producers Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher, screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, Lions Gate president Tom Ortenberg, Librarian of Congress James Billington and composer…
Long-running family fave "Madagascar" led a moderate foreign box office with $12.5 million in 47 territories for the weekend, pushing the toon's offshore cume to a hefty $291.5 million.
This year sees another slew of bigscreen biopics, including "Capote," "Good Night, and Good Luck" and "Walk the Line." While Hollywood has embraced biopics since silent days, the more recent trend…
In a sure sign that summer is ending, international box office cooled off with mild results across the board as Michael Bay's "The Island" topped offshore grosses for the third week in a row.
Thanks to "The Wedding Crashers" and "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," Hollywood is once again enamored of R-rated comedies, an endangered species in the past few years.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized picture editors and their assistants at "America's Next Top Model." IATSE will rep the employees through its Motion Picture Editors…
The bitter dispute between branches of the Writers Guild of America won't be solved soon, according to candidates in the upcoming WGA East elections.
Following a month of bitter infighting, the Writers Guild of America West board has voted 11-3 to rescind its previous decision bestowing its Valentine Davies Award for service to former president…
Hollywood should expect a combo of feistiness and frustration from the next set of elected leaders of the WGA West. That's the indication as a spirited campaign has emerged between two slates for the…