Universal Pictures has acquired domestic distribution rights to Working Title production "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," starring Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman and Mark Strong.
The Nintendo 3DS, a 3D version of the Nintendo DS handheld that can be played without special glasses, sold 371,326 units in its first two days on release in Japan.
"Presumed Guilty" (Presunto culpable) has sold more tickets than any Mexican documentary ever, pulling in 18.6 million pesos ($1.54 million) at the box office in just 10 days.
A House subcommittee on Wednesday is expected to vote to repeal the FCC's recently passed net neutrality guidelines, but, like healthcare reform, their regulatory rollback has little chance of…
Finland's national film foundation has announced production support worth nearly €3.7 million ($5 million).
Warren Adler, the longtime No. 2 exec at the Directors Guild of America, will retire on April 1.
Tobe Hooper will direct Imagenation Abu Dhabi's Arabian horror film "Djinn."
Strange times getting stranger the morning: The parade of interviews with Charlie Sheen competing for coverage against Christiane Amanpour's exclusive with Moammar Gadhafi. Moreover, when does the…
Three years after the writers strike shook Hollywood to its core, neither side's anxious to get back to bargaining.
Unless you interpret James Franco's hosting gig a stealth endorsement for cannibis legalization, this was an Oscars of mild controversy. With no comedian hosts, missing was much of any topical humor…
Bradley Whitford ("The West Wing"), SAG national board member Gabrielle Carteris ("The Event") and AFTRA national board member Robert Newman ("Guiding Light") are speaking in support of Wisconsin…