That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. There's loads and loads of report cards and grades around the Web this morning as President Obama hits the hundred day mark, with the most common…
The upcoming Munich Film Festival is honoring Stephen Frears with a retrospective showcasing all of the British filmmaker's cinematic works.
Top Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou is starting work on a new pic "Amazing Tales — Three Guns" and the project has already passed the first approval stage at the Film Bureau.
The Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (JASRAC), a major rights org, has filed an appeal to the Fair Trade Commission against a February FTC ruling that Japan's current…
The Cannes Film Festival's sixth annual Classics program was unveiled Tuesday afternoon in Paris. Under the direction of honorary president Martin Scorsese, the repertory lineup features more than 20…
Will the majors concede to paying 33¢ on the dollar to settle force majeure claims from actors stemming from the shutdown of TV series during the writers strike? Or will they continue to fight those…
Keith Olbermann talked to Chris Matthews about Arlen Specter's switcheroo, and naturally the conversation was steered toward the "Hardball" host's own one-time interest in seeking the Pennsylvania…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America has tapped a new executive in its efforts to combat piracy, naming Daniel M. Mandil to oversee worldwide legal affairs and intellectual property protection.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court threw out a lower court's ruling about use of expletives.
DreamWorks Animation profits more than doubled last quarter as the company said CEO and co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg has renewed his contract through 2013.
Washington will resemble Sundance during the second weekend of May. Celebrities will trek to the White House Correspondents dinner, an annual surreal ritual of Hollywood and politics that also will…