With the announcement of Technicolor’s plans to consolidate and expand its Montreal post-production and visual effects operations, Technicolor Digital Productions president Tim Sarnoff spoke to…
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Warner Bros. has changed the name of the Tom Cruise sci-fi thriller “All You Need Is Kill” to “Edge of Tomorrow.” Studio also revealed plans to promote the film at Comic-Con this week. Doug Liman…
Don't be fooled by the shrimp cocktail. The real upfront isn't taking place on the stages of the many glitzy presentations stuffing the calendar between now and late May.
Warner Bros. has consummated a long flirtation with Emily Blunt, as the studio is in talks to pair her with Tom Cruise in Doug Liman's sci-fier "All You Need Is Kill."
EMI Nashville president-CEO Mike Dungan is exiting the country powerhouse for Universal Music Group Nashville, where he will take over as chairman-CEO, an informed source confirms.
In January, it looked like armageddon in the music industry.
Country music had a big night at Sunday's 53rd Grammy Awards, as top-selling trio Lady Antebellum took five of its six nominated categories, including country album, record and song of the year.
Three decades ago, Duran Duran positioned itself at the cutting edge of pop music with a manifesto that was as much about the look and the lifestyle as the music itself.
The torment continued for the U.S. record biz in 2010 as album sales plummeted.