Oren Aviv has been named president of domestic theatrical marketing and chief marketing officer for Twentieth Century Fox, filling the vacancy left by last month's departure of Pam Levine.
Miramax has appointed a trio of relative Hollywood outsiders to its exec ranks, including corporate finance vet Steve Schoch as exec VP and chief financial officer, emphasizing the rebooted studio's…
DreamWorks Animation has promoted Bill Damaschke to chief creative officer, effective immediately.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Visual Effects branch has chosen the seven films for its annual bake-off in Jan.
Even with the economy rebounding, the majors are scrambling as never before to adjust to a fast-changing environment.
Was the past year more fraught than usual with legal disputes? It's hard to say, but many of 2010's juiciest battles seemed to either end with a whimper or drag into next year.
Marvel Studios will shoot "The Avengers" in New Mexico, marking the state's largest feature film project to date.
Pam Levine is leaving her post as co-president of domestic marketing at 20th Century Fox.
A federal court judge has denied Disney's appeal of a $319 million judgment for British production company Celador Intl.
Former WMA chief Jim Wiatt has filed a lawsuit against former financial adviser Kenneth Starr and his attorney, Jonathan Bristol, alleging malpractice and theft.