Wall Street's initial reaction to a possible Lionsgate acquisition of Summit Entertainment was positive Monday, with shares rising 3% Monday.
Opting for a mix of comedy and drama, the Directors Guild of America has tapped Woody Allen for "Midnight in Paris," David Fincher for "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" Michel Hazanavicius for "The…
Matt O'Leary and Eloise Mumford are toplining Whitewater Films' miltary thriller "Drones," opposite William Russ, Whip Hubley and Jacob Wysocki.
Brothers JT Alexander and Damon Alexander are launching Route 17 Entertainment with two projects in pre-production -- "The Go-Getters" and "A River Between."
Summit Entertainment and Lionsgate may be getting closer to a walk down the aisle -- possibly as early as this week -- though it's far from a done deal.
Dancers for music videos repped by the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have held rallies in Beverly Hills, Miami and New York to press record labels for an updated contract deal.
Warner Bros. has alerted members of the writers branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences that it had sent out the wrong version of the "J. Edgar" script by Dustin Lance Black.
Anchor Bay Films has snagged North American rights to suspense thriller "The Victim," starring Michael Biehn, Jennifer Blanc, Ryan Honey, Denny Kirkwood, Tanya Newbould and Danielle Harris.
The Weinstein Co. has moved John Hillcoat's gangster drama "Wettest County" back four months from April 20 to Aug. 31.
The Writers Guild of America East has praised President Obama's decision to fill three vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board with recess appointments.
The California Film Commission's board of commissioners has elected Sony exec Keith Weaver as chair for the 2012 term.