Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have approved Ilyanne Morden Kichaven as Hollywood executive director, filling the slot for the first time in four years.
The domestic box office for 2005 now rests on a very broad pair of shoulders. In the last mega-launch of the year, "King Kong" hits 3,568 theaters domestically today and more than 6,000 in 56…
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Jerry H. Ziesmer, Joseph R. Aceti and Donald Jacob to receive DGA Awards recognizing lifetime career achievement and contributions to the guild.
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The American Society of Cinematographers has selected Sydney Pollack to receive its Board of Governors Award, presented annually to an individual who has made "significant and enduring contributions…
It's still Harry Potter's world but there's plenty of room at the foreign box office for "The Chronicles of Narnia" as the family-friendly duo dominated international moviegoing over the weekend.
When it comes to titling films, Hollywood studios sometimes settle for the bland ("Prime"), the bizarre ("Zathura") and the incomprehensible ("XXX: State of the Union"). Not so with "Snakes on a…
Three years after being rocked by an embezzlement scandal, the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has renamed itself Film L.A. Inc. Announcement comes just before the entity, which promotes…
The Writers Guild of America East has reached an agreement on a two-year contract with Big Big Prods. for the upcoming children's show, "It's a Big, Big World."
Mandalay Integrated Media Entertainment and Prelude Pictures have announced a producing-distribution partnership aimed at tapping the market for family-friendly features.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have taken the first step toward naming veteran guild communications exec Ilyanne Kichaven as executive director of the Hollywood branch, a post that's been vacant…
Brad Silberling will direct "The Crusaders," a New Line drama about the landmark 1954 Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education, with Terrence Howard starring as Thurgood Marshall. But first…