Warner Bros. has bumped back "Gangster Squad" four months from its Sept. 7 release date to Jan. 11.
Quincy Jones has come on board to score Lee Daniels' "The Butler," based on the life of Eugene Allen, a White House servant who worked for eight First Families.
The Motion Picture Television Fund's longtime chief operating officer and exec VP Seth Ellis has resigned and will be departing his post at the end of the week.
Warner Bros. has dated James Wan's horror pic "The Conjuring," starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, for Jan. 25.
The Writers Guild of America East has reached three-year master contract agreements with Lion Television and Optomen Prods. after more than a year of negotiations with the reality TV companies.
Tribeca Film has acquired North American rights to Bob Byington's quirky comedy "Somebody Up There Likes Me," starring Keith Poulson, Nick Offerman, and Jess Weixler.
The Los Angeles Economic Development Corp. is forecasting slight to moderate improvement in Hollywood's employment picture this year and next following the addition of 4,200 showbiz jobs in 2011.
Wolfe Video has acquired the U.S. DVD/VOD rights from Cinephil to documentary "Love Free or Die," centering on Bishop Gene Robinson's ordination by the New Hampshire Episcopal Church as the church's…
Warner Bros. is in serious discussions to boot "Gangster Squad" from its Sept. 7 release date to sometime next year -- a move that would buy the studio more time to reconceive and reshoot a pivotal…
Freestyle Digital Media and Hawaii Film Partners Distribution have set an Aug. 31 launch in Hawaii for tropical comedy-romance "You May Not Kiss the Bride" followed by a Sept. 21 opening in the rest…
"Chuck" thesp Ryan McPartlin will star in a pair of indie projects -- "Mr. Christmas" and "Sex and Sunsets."