As SAG prepares to mail out its contract ratification ballots this week, guild president Alan Rosenberg is predicting that members will spurn the hard-fought feature-primetime deal.
On Friday, NPR did a segment on Kirby Dick's movie "Outrage," the premise being that the movie may have been more explosive a decade ago. In its first seven days of release, the movie has grossed…
Marvel Studios has chosen its god of Thunder: Australian thesp Chris Hemsworth is in final negotiations to play Thor in the comicbook company's bigscreen adaptation of the character.
Entertainment industry labor unions and the AFL-CIO are using star power to support a bill in Congress that would make it easier for unions to organize.
We Distribution has inked multiple territory deals around Asia for the Donnie Yen actioner "Bodyguards and Assassins" at Cannes, an early success for the Cinema Popular shingle.
It's official: The Cannes Festival and Marche du Film will partner with Argentina's INCAA film institute on a major new Latin American film market and confab named Ventana Sur.
"The Band's Visit" helmer Eran Kolirin is swapping politics for existentialism with his new project "The Exchange."
Choi Pyung-ho, former executive VP at CJ Entertainment, took up his new post as CEO of Korea's leading production shingle SidusFNH on Thursday.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. The Los Angeles Times' Tina Daunt writes about an unexpected beneficiary of Hollywood's Democratic money machine: Arlen Specter. Even though he's…
L.A.-based film vet Peter Marai has created a new Buenos Aires-based arthouse distributor, Mirada distribution.
With an estimated 1.5 billion people accessing peer-to-peer Internet sites each day, the movie biz remains vulnerable to rampant piracy.