Top Chinese helmer Feng Xiaogang has kept up his winning streak as his latest movie "Aftershock" broke B.O. records to become the most successful Chinese movie of all time.
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Poor financials reported Monday by Lionsgate Entertainment for its fiscal first quarter will almost certainly embolden activist shareholder Carl Icahn, who is looking to take over the studio that he…
Jack Griffin, former national media group prexy of Meredith Corp., was named CEO of Time Inc. Monday, succeeding Ann Moore.
Levi Johnston tells Variety's Mike Schneider that he's running for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, as part of a new reality show that is being pitched around Hollywood. While that means that Johnston and…
Sarah Palin was in Homer, Alaska, shooting TLC's upcoming "Sarah Palin's Alaska" but faced an unwelcome sign: "Worst Governor Ever." It was posted by one of the fishing village's residents, Kathleen…
Virgin Media has put its 50% stake in U.K. pay TV channel portfolio UKTV on the market for a reported £350 million ($558 million).
U.K. production giant All3Media has confirmed that it is in "exclusive" and "advanced" negotiations to buy Gordon Ramsay shingles Optomen Television and One Potato Two Potato.
The Venice Film Festival has added Polish helmer Jerzy Skolimowski's provocative thriller "Essential Killing," starring Vincent Gallo as a Taliban insurgent, to its competition roster.
Federico Veiroj's "La Vida util," Jie Han's "Single Man" and Julio Hernandez Cordon's "Las Marimbas del infierno" will screen in the San Sebastian Festival's Zabaltegi New Directors section.
Warner Bros. is moving ahead on a second "Green Lantern," hiring Michael Goldenberg to write the screenplay.