New president will succeed Hawk Koch.
Bringing back a name from its past, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has elected Hawk Koch to be its next president.
The film academy has elected six new people to its board of governors: Dante Spinotti, Lisa Cholodenko, Dick Cook, John Knoll, Scott Millan and Bill Condon.
"35 and Ticking" is a lightly amusing indie with appreciably more laughs than many more star-studded and heavily hyped comedies of its kind.
Universal Pictures is going to an FBI wedding with Steve Carell, acquiring rights to the comedy out of turnaround from Warner Bros.
Tom Sherak has been re-elected prexy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, his second consecutive stint in the one-year post.
Martin Scorsese is bringing Ol' Blue Eyes to the bigscreen.
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