Warner Bros. has signed producer Roy Lee, best known for remaking Asian fare such as "The Departed," "The Grudge" and "The Ring," to a three-year first-look deal.
CBS Films has tapped Lionsgate exec Wolfgang Hammer to replace Bruce Tobey as chief operating officer.
Warner Bros. is in talks with "Zombieland" director Ruben Fleischer to helm "Gangster Squad," its period police actioner set in post-World War II Los Angeles.
Hollywood unions and trade orgs are ditching the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza for their award shows due to a labor dispute.
Paul Dano is in talks to join the time-travel thriller "Looper," opposite Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
MGM's creditors have declined to object to the studio's reorganization plan, clearing the way for a key bankruptcy court hearing later this week.
Carl Icahn's extended his $7.50 a share hostile takeover offer for Lionsgate for the fifth time.
The outlook is getting sunnier for "Winter's Bone," as the bleak drama scored seven Spirit Award nominations on the heels of winning the top trophies at the Gotham Awards.
Mary J. Blige is in talks to star in the Warner Bros.' adaptation of the Broadway musical "Rock of Ages" at New Line.
Lionsgate has kicked off its campaign in its battle against Carl Icahn, urging shareholders to back the minimajor's slate for the board of directors.
MGM's long-murky future will come into focus this week, as a federal bankruptcy court is set to confirm its bankruptcy plan.