Amid his ongoing tax problems, Wesley Snipes is staying active.
After a one-time shift to downtown Los Angeles, the Spirit Awards are moving back to their usual location on Santa Monica beach on Feb. 26.
With production due to start in three months, "The Hobbit" is finally home in New Zealand -- following a vitriolic dispute underlining the high stakes of mega-budget tentpoles.
Warner Bros. is getting in the ring with "Get Smart" director Peter Segal to helm boxing comedy "Grudge Match," set up with Bill Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson.
Amping up the stakes for MGM, Carl Icahn's made a second offer to MGM debtholders designed to block a proposed prepackaged bankruptcy deal that would leave Spyglass Entertainment in charge of MGM.
The Spirit Awards are moving back to Santa Monica Beach after a one-time shift to downtown Los Angeles.
Michael Sheen is returning as a vampire leader in Summit's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn."
CBS Films is in negotiations with the scripting team of Matt Allen and Caleb Wilson ("Four Christmases") to rewrite romantic comedy "Who Gets Bob?"
It may be a bumpy ride again for Hollywood when it comes to a new deal for writers.
In a sign that the Screen Actors Guild's losing its clout in primetime, SAG's TV earnings for this year are projected to have slid by about $175 million -- or more than 20% -- from 2007 levels.