The first batch of summer tentpoles may have a hard time making up for lost B.O. revenues in Mexico after their launches were delayed because of the swine flu and consequent theater closures.
Politico looks at the prospects of sending a high-level envoy, like Al Gore, to win the release of Laura Ling and Euna Lee, but they also got a comment from Gore's spokeswoman that sheds some light…
Illegal downloading has a lot in common with communism, helmer Milos Forman told a packed auditorium at the World Copyright Summit on Wednesday.
A Gallic court reduced President Nicolas Sarkozy's antipiracy law to a toothless tiger on Wednesday.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Carrie Prejean, whose support of traditional marriage stirred the ire of pageant officials and gay rights activists, has been stripped of her…
Dan Marks, the former U.K. Universal topper, is quitting as CEO of the under-performing paybox BT Vision.
Fox Japan is among nine companies set to get a license to operate a satellite broadcast web in Japan, but Disney's request for a free-to-air service has been nixed.
The key events that led to SAG's drawn-out drama over a new feature-primetime contract include:
France's Herold & Family has greenlit "Cendrillon" (Cinderella), one of France's first digital 3-D animation pics.
Antonia Nava, one of Spain's most seasoned film execs, has quit as managing director of international production at mini-major Filmax Entertainment to set up her own shingle.