Brit indie distrib Artificial Eye has snapped up U.K. rights for Asghar Farhadi's "A Separation."
Mainland China chalked up 2.6 billion yuan ($400 million) B.O. in the first quarter, a decline on the $450 million of last year, but the wild success of "Avatar" skewed the data.
Gotham legal eagle Kelley Drye & Warren has merged with L.A. boutique litigation firm White O'Connor Fink & Brenner, giving it a footprint on the West Coast.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have taken another step toward combining the performers unions.
After investing early in Facebook, Groupon and "Angry Birds" maker Rovio, Accel Partners' Jim Breyer is putting his money behind Legendary Pictures.
20th Century Fox has found its first lead for supernatural drama "Chronicle," tapping "In Treatment" thesp Dane DeHaan.
Hope Davis is making a return to HBO.
Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media has named Terry Curtin prexy of theatrical marketing.
Producer Kirk Edward Hassig died March 31 at UCLA Santa Monica Hospital after a brief battle with colon cancer. He was 60.
Rob Riggle is in negotiations to play the main villain in Columbia Pictures' action comedy "21 Jump St."