After seven consecutive victories by "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," the international weekend box office became a horse race with "Pirates," "League of Extraordinary…
Off-lot feature production activity in Hollywood slumped in September, but TV shoots reached impressive levels during the month, according to figures released Friday.
After scaling the box office summit for large-format films with "Everest," MacGillivray Freeman Films has similarly elevated hopes for "Coral Reef Adventure."
Diversity means many things, including Sesame Street's Elmo kissing Debbie Allen and introducing his alter ego.
WGA West prexy Victoria Riskin has issued a strong denunciation of one-step screenwriting deals, indicating the guild may include the issue as part of its contract proposal in upcoming bargaining.
Backers of anti-runaway production legislation have cleared a key hurdle for their tax credit bill aimed at productions budgeted under $10 million.
New York Gov. George Pataki has signed legislation to protect child actors, mirroring provisions of the Coogan Law in California.
It's going to be an early wakeup call next month for "Matrix" fans in the U.S. In what might be called a "day and moment" strategy, Warner Bros. has decided to release "The Matrix Revolutions" at the…
Paramount Pictures has promoted veteran production exec Lee E. Rosenthal to VP, feature production management, for the motion picture group.
Walter Latham, producer of concert film "The Original Kings of Comedy," has set the lineup for his next tour. Latham's original two-year Kings of Comedy tour, starring Steve Harvey, Bernie Mac, D.L…
The federal government has sued Vivendi Universal for race discrimination over the firing of an African-American from his post as first assistant director on "2 Fast 2 Furious."