Paramount Pictures is shutting its Gotham literary office.
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that Al Franken was the victor in the protracted race for a Senate seat against Norm Coleman. The decision was not unexpected, and Coleman has hinted that he will…
Eleven U.K. filmmakers have been selected to participate in Second Picture Syndrome, a training program that develops and packages mid-budget — $10 million to $25 million — genre pics and launches…
Russia's first movie for the Facebook generation will be released at both theaters and as an Internet download when it is completed early next year.
The BBC's coverage of Scots tennis player Andy Murray's latest victory at Wimbledon netted 11.8 million viewers — a 54% aud share — Monday evening.
With European properties continuing to entice German auds, local producers and distribs are eagerly picking up hot book and film titles.
Mario Iglesias ("Drink Up!," "Catalina"), one of the most-admired of young Galician auteurs, has pulled down completion finance from pubcaster Television de Galicia for his latest feature, "Relatos."
Swedish vidgame company Global Gaming Factory X has bought file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, whose founders were sent to jail earlier this year for being accessory to copyright infringement.
President Obama addressed some 250 gay and lesbian activists from around the country at a ceremony in the East Room of the White House today, telling them that "by the time this administration is…
The guild's top attorney has again warned its leaders that they're not allowed to bash AFTRA.
Universal Studios Japan is slashing prices to counter the effects of the recession and swine flu, which have cut attendance drastically.