The DGA has settled a 2006 lawsuit over its practice of collecting foreign levies for helmers who aren't DGA members.
Media placement specialist Clearvision Intl. is expanding efforts to become a one-stop production resource for indie filmmakers via a new entertainment division.
With Hollywood thoroughly unnerved by the prospect of a summer strike, the Screen Actors Guild and the majors begin negotiations today on the feature-primetime contract -- but without AFTRA after a…
Breaking Ball Films' Scott Abramovitch and Lonny Dubrofsky have acquired feature rights to William F. Diehl's pre-WWII spy novel "27," with Abramovitch adapting.
It's the end of the line for most of New Line, with Time Warner cutting 450 jobs as part of its earlier decision to fold the studio into Warner Bros.
Barra Grant's romantic comedy "HangingOutHookingUpFallingInLove" has signed an ensemble cast of Richard E. Grant, Carrie-Anne Moss, Janeane Garofalo, Jenna Elfman, Rita Rudner, Camryn Manheim…
Randall Emmett and George Furla's Emmett/Furla Films have set up an equity fund worth more than $100 million with Japanese-based Imec Corp. and Korona Corp.
With foreign box office in a pre-summer holding pattern, "Horton Hears a Who!" stayed on top for the third consecutive frame with $10.6 million at 5,300 playdates in 56 markets.
In a move that muddies the outlook for looming actor negotiations, leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have offered AFTRA the opportunity to rejoin SAG at the bargaining table.
With tentpole season nearing, Hollywood's been warming up by putting its muscle overseas behind family-oriented pics that can travel to multiple markets.
Screen Gems' horror pic "Prom Night" and Fox Searchlight actioner "Street Kings" will be battling it out for the top spot on what's looking like another timid frame as Hollywood gears up for the…