After spending the past two weeks trying to turn the tide for "Pacific Rim," Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures now are bracing for what appears to be a gruesome inevitability for the $185…
The Hobbit Non-union
Digital savvy got him the CEO job. Now Kevin Tsujihara has to unify Warner Bros. and steer its evolution in an on-demand world.
In a response to the changes rocking the book publishing biz, ICM Partners has set a strategic alliance with Washington, D.C.-based Sagalyn Agency to bolster its already strong publishing department.
The American Humane Assn., which has been tagging films with its "No Animals Were Harmed" disclaimer for more than 70 years, is asking the entertainment industry for "additional jurisdiction and…
Depending on whom you ask, Daniel Craig is either the kind of actor whose presence on set provides motivation, or the kind who provides comic relief.
TV stations are asking a federal court to put a stop to the FCC's plans to require that TV broadcasters post political ad spending information online.
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
A wealth of interviews and archival footage are brought together in "The Summit," Franco Fracassi and Massimo Lauria's thoroughly researched investigation into the 2001 Genoa G8 demonstration debacle.
The Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television & Radio Artists will live on as SAG-AFTRA -- should members approve the upcoming merger vote.
"Billy Elliot" meets "Good Bye Lenin!" doesn't quite do justice to the subtler dimensions of Russian period comedy "My Dad Baryshnikov," but it gets across the major flavors.