Vivendi, Europe's biggest entertainment group, outperformed analysts expectations, posting Euros27.1 billion ($37.04 billion) revenues in 2009, up 6.9%, and an operating profit of $7.35 billion, up…
Yosuke Okuda's laffer "Hot as Hell" was awarded the Grand Prix at Yubari Fantastic Film Festival.
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With the Academy Awards a week away, the days ahead will be the height of the industry's season of fetes and screenings, as well as a few events that, while not directly related to the Oscars, will…
Fox 2000 has won a bidding war for the film rights to Brit author Catherine Fisher's young-adult tome "Incarceron," with an eye to spinning the dystopian fantasy into a franchise.
Multihyphenate Danny Cannon has cut a two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV.
In the New York Times, former Vice President Al Gore wrote a spirited defense of climate change research, acknowledging some mistakes but driving home the central point that he has for years: Global…
U.S. Hispanic media conglom Univision Communications reported fourth-quarter revenue of $515.9 million.
Two years after showbiz writers concluded a bitter strike -- stretching Hollywood's nerves to the limit -- the outlook for the next round of contract talks has begun to emerge.
Austria's Christian Berger won top honors for lensing b&w "The White Ribbon."
Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet" stole the show at the 35th Cesar Awards.
It was a "Precious" night at the NAACP Image Awards on Friday, as the film scored six trophies out of nine in the motion picture categories.