The Beatles continue to power music sales in the country, once again topping the chart with sales of more than 200,000 units for the week ended Sunday. The group's Capitol compilation "1" sold more…
Leonard Chiariglione will ankle his post as executive director of the Secure Digital Music Initiative in the coming months.
Cannes prize winner "Dancer in the Dark" scored its biggest payday so far with a boffo 1.3 billion yen ($11.6 million) B.O. in Japan after one month. "Dancer" opened Dec. 23 on 150 screens and has no…
Exhibitor AMC Entertainment, which Wednesday reported a smaller-than-expected fiscal third-quarter loss, today will tell analysts it's committed to axing more than 500 screens in failing multiplexes…
Negotiations between Hollywood's writers and studios proceeded Wednesday for a third day on a wide range of issues, but without a definitive sign whether a deal will emerge from the current round of…
Fox's "Temptation Island" continued to entice viewers with its third episode on Wednesday, although its small week-to-week declines suggest that it may not be a "Survivor"-like wildfire hit after all.
Universal-backed Hypnotic.com picked up worldwide distribution rights to two short films at the Sundance Film Festival on Wednesday.
Cary Granat, who helped establish Dimension Films as a lean, mean production model for genre pics as production prexy under Bob Weinstein, has opened his own company.
"Grosse Pointe Blank" director George Armitage is near a deal to direct Pierce Brosnan in the romantic comedy "Larceny for Lovers" for Mandalay Entertainment.
The board of directors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has granted branch status to documentary filmmakers. The new branch is the 14th created since the Academy's founding in 1927.
Sony Corp.'s net profit fell 23% in the latest quarter to $628 million as red ink flowed from the videogame unit, music was ho-hum and earnings at Sony Pictures were wiped out by new film and TV…