The French film biz continues to downsize.
Madrid-based Atipica Films and Seville's La Zanfona Producciones will produce Spanish helmer Alberto Rodriguez's "Grupo 7," his fourth solo feature.
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A federal appeals court has put in doubt the FCC's ability to pass new rules for the Internet.
Icon has inked an exclusive first-look deal with thesp-scribe-helmer-producer Noel Clarke.
Bebo, the U.K. social networking site AOL bought for $850 million in 2008, is set to close by the end of May unless a buyer can be found.
A handful of powerful lawmakers are expressing serious concerns to federal regulators.
The Cutting Edge Group has inked a multi-picture deal with Joel Silver's Dark Castle Entertainment.
"Unlike the rest of the country, I hope he does well." Rupert Murdoch, at a Tuesday night forum, on President Obama.
I have been on a number of assignments today that have kept me from the blog, but here's the latest on Hollywood's effort to stop a proposed new futures exchange tied to the weekend box office…
AFTRA's top officers are making a renewed push for a merger with SAG to create a single performers' union with national scope.
Corin Redgrave, one of the U.K.'s acting royal family, died Tuesday in London.