Double-digit revenue growth was matched by even higher increases in costs, sending Electronic Arts into the red for its fiscal year ended March 31.
With a U.S. Supreme Court hearing due to take place later this week, SAG and its former director of affirmative action have reached a settlement on a long-running legal dispute.
AFTRA and the majors have kept their primetime contract negotiations under the radar while the Screen Actors Guild still waits in the wings.
IAC/InterActiveCorp and Liberty Media said Tuesday that they've resolved a legal skirmish regarding IAC's plans to break into several parts.
There's no doubt that former Secretary of State James Baker likes HBO's movie "Recount," its upcoming chronicle of the fabled 2000 post-election day Florida fiasco. He calls it "a very entertaining…
Networks called the race immediately after polls closed. Clinton had been expected to trounce Barack Obama in the Mountain state, in what her campaign hopes will give her a boost in making the case…
Hollywood and Washington share numerous parallels -- power, money, creative sex scandals -- but the presidential race's preoccupation with demographic-based voting has made the similarity even more…
The inauguration of Russia's president, Dmitry Medvedev, on May 7 signaled a new era in the battle to combat copyright crime, Konstantin Zemchenkov, head of the Russian Anti-Piracy Organization…
Mediaset's net profits fell 2.8% to e121 million ($188 million) in the first quarter of 2008 compared to the same time last year, the Italian broadcaster announced Tuesday.
The Producers Guild of America and the Screen Production and Development Assn. of New Zealand have formed an alliance.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Daily:$4.7M Cumulative:$167.1M Disney 36.50%
Rio 22Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$46.3M Fox 59.74%
Draft Day3Daily:$1.2M Cumulative:$11.9M Lionsgate / Summit 43.09%