With her breakthrough "High School Musical" series now behind her, Vanessa Hudgens looks forward to tackling dramatic roles with nary a high C in sight.
Zach Galifianakis gives voice to the comic's lament: Comedy is hard, and funny people continue to be sleighted when awards are handed out.
In his final farewell as outgoing chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, Dan Glickman delivered the ShoWest convention address.
Dolby Laboratories announced today it is working with Disney/Pixar to develop a new audio format called Dolby Surround 7.1.
Sony Pictures chairman and CEO Michael Lynton kicked off ShoWest on Monday with a call to arms for healthier snacks.
Last summer was a record breaker at the box office. Can Hollywood top itself again this year?
William J. Stembler isn't kidding when he says "exhibition's in my blood."
How good a year was 2009 for Pixar? "Up" was the fourth-biggest release (with $293 million), one of the best reviewed of the year and it scored five Oscar noms.
Screenings, seminars and salutes to excite exhibs
As exhibitors gather for the final ShoWest starting today in Las Vegas, the National Assn. of Theater Owners has remonikered next year's exhib confab as CinemaCon.
Market Force Information, a customer intelligence solutions company, has joined forces with print-checking firm Ted Costas Group to form the company's theater and production division.