Calling him an “activist” who “knows nothing about our business,” George Clooney had some harsh words for Sony investor Daniel Loeb. Loeb, who runs New York-based hedge fund Third Point Capital, has…
Apollo 18 Rights
Steve Harvey wakes up every morning at 4. He showers, eats a piece of fruit, grabs some coffee and immediately goes to studio to record his radio show from 5-9 a.m.
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Who knows where the time goes? As another action-packed year in showbiz and media draws to a close, it's a good time to make a mental inventory of the people and companies poised to make news in 2013.
Honorees include Jeffrey Katzenberg, Timur Bekmambetov, Delfin Fernandez, Paramount Pictures, more. . .
Solomon and his team orchestrated a pair of headline-grabbing pacts that closed within the span of two months last spring.
Spanish helmer Paco Cabezas ("Neon Flesh") is attached to direct "Mr. Right," produced by David Alpert and Lawrence Mattis' Circle of Confusion (AMC's "The Walking Dead").
The fall B.O. season got off to a typically sluggish start, as Warner Bros.' epidemic ensembler "Contagion" topped the domestic B.O. with an estimated debut of $23.1 million and Disney-DreamWorks'…
Fending off a new trio of openers, Disney's "The Help" stayed on top its third Friday in a row with $3.634 million.
Spanish director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego has been tapped to replace Trevor Cawood on the Weinstein Co.'s sci-fi thriller "Apollo 18."
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