Screen Actors Guild has promoted David Viviano to national director of research and economics as head of the Guild's newly formed Research and Economics department.
New Line has signed Queen Latifah to topline a remake of "All of Me," the 1984 comedy that starred Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin. Adam Shankman and Offspring Entertainment partner Jennifer Gibgot will…
Continuing its ramp-up, United Artists has tapped veteran production exec Don Granger as prexy of production. Granger's resume includes supervising 35 films at Paramount, including pics in the…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Though stunt people haven't been able to get an Oscar category, they've succeeded at the Screen Actors Guild. SAG announced Tuesday that it's added awards categories to honor film and television…
Baldwin Entertainment Group has signed directors to four features -- Chuck Russell on action-adventure "Mandrake," based on the Hearst comic; Deepa Mehta on eco-drama "Luna"; Joel Schumacher on…
Chinese pirates have already riled up Sony a week ahead of the "Spider-Man 3" launch -- even though they haven't sold actual pirated copies of the tentpole.
Disney has signed Robin Williams and Kelly Preston to star alongside John Travolta in buddy comedy "Old Dogs," directed by Walt Becker. "Dogs," set to start lensing in July, will also feature Ella…
The Hollywood Film Festival has announced a call for entries for features, docs, shorts and musicvideos for its 11th edition, running Oct. 17-22 at the ArcLight Cinemas. Deadline for submission is…
National Lampoon has purchased its first feature film, acquiring "Electric Apricot," a comedy about the jam band phenomenon that marks the feature directorial debut of Les Claypool.
Disney has preemptively purchased a "Snobs vs. Slobs" comedy pitch from the Job Factory, a six-member troupe, for mid-six figures and set it up with H2F Entertainment's Walter Hamada and Chris Fenton.
"Wild Hogs" rode to the top spot of a moderate international weekend box office with $11.5 million at 3,046 playdates in 38 markets, edging the fourth frame of Brit hit "Mr. Bean's Holiday."