The third weekend of "Ice Age: The Meltdown" stayed hot enough to freeze out rivals, and the toon again dominated internationally with $54 million at 7,298 playdates in 57 markets during Easter…
The Internet is becoming an established part of movie marketing campaigns, with new media like wireless and videogames the cutting-edge platforms that studios are still trying to figure out.
Pubcaster NHK has been hit by another embezzlement scandal as it continues to face protests from angry viewers who are withholding the license fee.
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David Groenewold's GFP Medienfonds, left in limbo by the German government's crackdown on tax shelter film funds, has taken over a TV and film production company.
Mexican President Vicente Fox has rushed to sign a controversial media and telco bill into law despite protests that the legislation would benefit dominant TV company Televisa and its smaller rival…
Rupe is running scared. News Corp. said Thursday it could still seek a trial over its anti-takeover provision if shareholders don't approve the measure at their next meeting. The news clarifies the…
China's broadcast watchdog wants state TV programmers to stick closer to the party line on "political and propaganda discipline" and is clamping down on the use of international news footage from…
"Grey Gardens" will eke out a final weeklong extension at Playwrights Horizons April 25-30, and on April 27 the performers head into the studio to lay down tracks for an original cast recording.
"The Lord of the Rings" producer Barrie Osborne reportedly is in talks to make a movie about the eventful life of Korean helmer Shin Sang-ok, who died last week.
The Motion Picture Assn. of America named Greg Frazier, former chief of staff to MPAA chair Dan Glickman, as senior VP for international trade policy.
MTV has greenlit "Rob & Big Black," a buddy comedy revolving around real-life pro street skateboarder Rob Dyrdek and his bodyguard, Christopher "Big Black" Boykin. Music net has ordered eight…