PARIS — Movie Chainer, a cloud-based app that allows right-holders of films to model and track the legal and financial structure of their film projects, is joining forces with Cannes Film Market's…
A recent study by researchers in India and the U.K. has reinforced a strict anti-smoking campaign begun last year by the central board of film classification.
TV director Jack Shea, who served three terms as Directors Guild of America president, died Sunday in Tarzana from complication from Alzheimer’s. He was 84. Shea, the recipient of the DGA’s 1992…
Paramount Film Group President Adam Goodman wants to protect the sanctity of the moviegoing experience even as the studio stays open to all the other opportunities technology provides.
Melissa McCarthy and New Line have turned to a comic legend to complete the cast of their laffer “Tammy” as Dan Aykroyd is in negotiations to join the project. Susan Sarandon and Mark Duplass are…
Disney made some notable shifts Monday to its upcoming slate, including dating "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" for July 10, 2015, a return for the franchise to mid-summer after two previous installments…
Amanda Plummer has been cast in the role of Wiress in Lionsgate's "Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
The Backup Media Group, a Paris-based film financier, and the Marche du Film are teaming to launch app MovieChainer.
Rhys Ifans, who plays the villainous Lizard in "The Amazing Spider-Man," is in negotiations to join Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence in Susanne Bier's adaptation of Ron Rash's novel "Serena,"…
The broadcast networks and a host of stations and studios have filed suit against Aereo, a service seeking to provide customers with Internet streams of major broadcast stations in the New York area.
In a uncommon scheduling move, the Weinstein Co. has moved up "Apollo 18" from Jan. 6, 2012, to Aug. 26, the same date TWC plans to unspool "Our Idiot Brother."