Singapore's lavish film funds have become the stuff of Asian biz legend. The city-state's Media Development Authority has earmarked a great deal of coin for the making of movies, but the take-up has…
New Zealand Actors Equity
Now that MGM's has completed its restructuring with $500 million in fresh funding, one of the top priorities is to renew James Bond's license to kill.
New Line and Warner Bros. confirmed Thursday they are still considering alternative locations for Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit," despite a boycott order being lifted by unions.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, has waded in on the actors' unions threatened "Hobbit" boycott in an attempt to keep his country's status as Middle Earth.
The seven major actors unions have told members not to work on "The Hobbit."
When Qatari media shingle Alnoor launched a $200 million film fund last October, it became the latest of a growing number of Middle East-based players looking to enter the film biz.
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300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$11.5M Cumulative:$45.0M Warner Brothers -28.56%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$9.8M Cumulative:$32.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -31.73%
Non-Stop3Daily:$4.0M Cumulative:$52.6M Universal Pictures -43.54%