American Original has assembled a lineup of established comics to produce the graphic novel series "Comedy Death Ray."
Spirit Pictures is looking to breathe new life into King Kong.
Hollywood left Comic-Con on a high note as "Iron Man 2" footage generated a rousing reaction.
Anne -Marie Johnson is the official presidential candidate for the Membership First ticket, hoping to regain control of the Screen Actors Guild national board, as Alan Rosenberg opts to step aside.
Elected leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have opposed the closure of the Motion Picture and Television Fund's nursing home and hospital.
The Guinness Book of World Records recognized "Doctor Who" as the most successful sci-fi series. "It is too good a show to have just one record," said Guinness editor in chief Craig Glenday.
The website of the Melbourne Intl. Film Festival was hacked Friday as a Chinese campaign builds against a doc about an ethnic minority leader. The fest has lost the sponsorship of Hong Kong's Trade…
Sheryl Stolberg writes in tomorrow's New York Times about the parade of Hollywood figures who've visited the Executive Mansion since Obama took office, including George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Reese…
Warner Bros. still doesn't have an overall strategy for its DC Comics projects, even as it has firmed plans for the "Green Lantern" feature set for July 17, 2011.
With Australian box office overall up some 13% for the year, the majors are celebrating, while the niche distribution scene continues to evolve.
Negotiators for showbiz companies and Local 399 of the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters have reached a tentative three-year deal for about 440 location scouts, managers and assistants.