A pair of execs have ankled from Graham King's GK Films -- chief operating officer Bahman Naraghi and senior VP Grey Rembert.
Former New Line exec and producer Bill Straus has launched New York-based domestic sales banner BGP and will handle "The Playroom," which premieres at Tribeca.
Sofia Coppola has set up financing for "The Bling Ring" with Nala Films and reteamed with longtime distribution partners Pathe, Tohokushinsha Film Corp., Studiocanal and Tobis.
Will Wallace ("The Tree of Life") has come aboard for indie crime drama "Magic Hour."
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has endorsed the completed SAG-AFTRA merger with president Matthew D. Loeb sending congratulatory messages to SAG president Ken Howard and AFTRA…
SAG-AFTRA is beginning its first week with strong backing from its 150,000 members -- but Hollywood is uncertain what course the merged union will take.
Ever since the 2001 "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," Warner Bros. has been responsible for more than a quarter of all investment in U.K. filmmaking -- an estimated $4 billion in U.K…
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group has agreed with the Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Family Trust on terms for the North American homevid release of 74 titles from the Goldwyn library, including "The Best…
New Line is looking to go on a "Rampage," signing writer Ryan Engle for a bigscreen adaptation of the Midway vidgame.
Members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have voted to merge their unions, creating SAG-AFTRA.
Charlize Theron has been tapped to receive CinemaCon's Distinguished Decade of Achievement in Film Award.