In their first announcement as heads of Lionsgate's motion picture group, Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger revealed that the fourth "Twilight" film has passed $700 million in worldwide grosses.
Hollywood showed its love for last year's movies and its disappointment in Saturday night's dinner at the Producers Guild of America Awards.
"The Artist" has won the Producers Guild of America top feature award.
Even the most proven Hollywood producers have work hard to overcome their own skepticism as they shepherd their movies towards the finish line
Universal has pre-emptively bought "Thirteen," a spec by Benjamin Magid, and set it up with Uni-based Strike Entetrainment and Brooklyn Weaver at Energy Entertainment.
Moody's Investors Service is reviewing its credit rating on Lionsgate for a possible upgrade following its $412.5 million leveraged buyout of Summit Entertainment.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired the rights in North America to Malik Bendjelloul's directorial debut "Searching for Sugar Man."
Matt Dallas ("Kyle YX"), Rebecca Marshall ("Saw 3D") and Barry Finnegan ("How the Make a David Lynch Film") are toplining indie sci-fier "Life Tracker" from Red and Tan Prods.
Wrekin Hill Entertainment and Row 1 Prods. have acquired U.S. rights to John Stockwell's action thriller "Dark Tide," starring Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez.
Summit toppers Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger have agreed to run the movie division of Lionsgate, a week after Lionsgate completed its $412.5 million acquisition of Summit.
The Producers Guild of America expects to hit pay dirt this year in its long campaign to stop the proliferation of undeserved producer credits