Cine Colombia has become the first major exhibitor in Latin America to go all digital, and William Torres is at the center of the process.
Mptf Home Closure
Confirming the status of "Walesa: Man of Hope" as one of this year's Venice-Toronto breakout sales hits, Films Boutique has closed a slew of new deals in Toronto on the latest film by Polish grand…
Despite "Spring Breakers" becoming a surprise indie hit earlier this year, Selena Gomez has yet to convert her Disney cachet into major box office coin. Her Labor Day weekend actioner "Getaway" is…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- ‘Sully,’ ‘Patriots Day,’ ‘Deepwater Horizon’ Could Crack Film Editing Oscar Race
- Oscars: ‘Rogue One,’ ‘Suicide Squad,’ ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Advance in Visual Effects Race
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- Playback: Ben Foster on ‘Hell or High Water’ and Being a ‘Builder’ as an Actor
Stage and touring events may be a big and growing side business for studios, but DreamWorks Animation is looking to generate even more coin from its theatrical biz, with “Shrek the Musical” set to be…
For anyone worried that all the really big stars would be packed onto Broadway in the fall, Denzel Washington has come along to add some wattage to the spring lineup. Nothing has been confirmed on…
Across all genres, in front of the camera or behind, these innovators and tastemakers represent the leading lights of the smallscreen world while the sun is up. Here's what's on their minds …
Every writer puts a little of himself into his creations. And the case of Andrew Marlowe, whose ABC series "Castle" hit its 100th episode milestone April 1, is no exception.
Dan Lin, Roy Lee and Doug Davison have hit back at Legendary Pictures and its president Jon Jashni over the production company's removal of the producers from the upcoming "Godzilla," accusing…
Universal's "Dark Tower" movie trilogy and interlocking TV series, seen as a hugely ambitious project from the start, may wind up being too big for the studio's appetite.
Ninety years after the Motion Picture Relief Fund was founded, Hollywood has changed beyond recognition, but the mandate and mission of that org remains the same.
State regulators have fined the Motion Picture & Television Fund $7,500 for failing to prevent a head injury sustained last May by an 87-year-old resident.