LONDON — Munich-based sales company Beta Cinema has sold Uberto Pasolini's "Still Life" to key territories ahead of its international preem in Venice. Wild Bunch secured the title for Benelux, while…
Jeff Robinov has departed Warner Bros. as president of Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group, culminating several weeks of mounting tensions among executives at the Burbank lot. The announcement came…
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson reteam for a comedy that's exceedingly affable and good-natured, if also undeniably long in the tooth.
Updated 5:56 p.m. PDT As news swirled of layoffs and retrenchment across the visual effects industry, Rhythm & Hues studios was officially sold to an affiliate of Prana Studios. Prana is often called…
Helmer Chad Hartigan's second feature is Americana of a very immediate sort, a tale of redemption that may leave its viewers with an uncanny sense of peace.
In December 1990, hip-hop magazine The Source published the first in-depth study of the then-nascent "gangsta rap" trend in a special issue. The cover story was unusually prescient, touching on…
As anticipated, consolidation-related layoffs hit Universal Music Group's distribution arm on Friday, with approximately 50 staffers let go.
"Work It" is a return to the men-in-drag days of "Bosom Buddies" with the thinnest of recessionary twists.
Indie film lending cratered with the 2008 global credit freeze, but has regained balance at a downsized volume that seems sustainable and steady, say film finance executives.
In these hard times, it seems oddly fitting for a tuner titled "Working" to have been downsized (from 17 thesps in its 1978 debut to the current six) and its score partly outsourced (to "In the…
It's a true Hollywood scenario: Warner Bros. absorbs New Line. Warner Bros. fires most of New Line staff, including its co-founders, Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne. Warner Bros. embraces a new New Line…