Charging that Sony Pictures Entertainment's efforts to mount a rival James Bond film franchise are due to "a disgruntled former executive of United Artists Pictures," MGM filed a $25 million lawsuit…
After two days of record swings, Wall Street took a breath Wednesday and stabilized. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up just 8.25 points to 7506.67, effectively no change.
Is it live, or is it Pixar? Looks like the wizards at Steve Jobs' and John Lasseter's toon shop are upping the ante with new achievements in depiction of hair, skin and clothing texture with their…
With a preemptive bid Friday evening, Universal Pictures snapped up the rights to Jeff Nathanson's wry comedy spec "Rodolfo" for Imagine Entertainment.
French utilities and communications giant Generale des Eaux (CGE), has reported first-half profits of 3.6 billion francs ($620 million), and company chairman Jean-Marie Messier is predicting…
South Africa's parliament has approved the National Film and Video Foundation Bill, which paves the way for a statutory body responsible for the development, promotion and support of an indigenous…
Just a few years ago, the prospect of computer-driven feature animation struck terror into veteran animation directors Don Bluth and Gary Goldman.
Continuing its push into the specialized film arena, Steven Seagal and Julius Nasso's production company is in talks to acquire three projects it plans to independently finance.
Actor Tom Selleck has inked a film and TV production and development deal with Warner Bros., which includes his starring in the new CBS midseason sitcom "The Closer."
Further correcting an injustice done to some of Hollywood's busiest writers during the Red scare in the 1940s through the 1960s, the Writers Guild of America West on Tuesday released official…
R “Criminal Affairs” (Concorde Pictures); “for strong sexuality, violence and sensuality.” “Desires of Innocence” (Mainline Releasing); “for strong sexual content.” “My Brother’s War” (Concorde…