MGM has acquired domestic rights to "How To Lose Friends and Alienate People" and plans to release the comedy on Oct. 3 in conjunction with Autonomous Films.
Rodney Ferrell has been upped to senior VP of production at Fox 2000.
MGM has won a bidding war for "The Zookeeper," paying $2 million against $3 million for the comedy spec from the team of Jay Scherick and David Ronn.
Hollywood studios are taking their fight against piracy in China into the belly of the beast by erecting a huge billboard with an antipiracy message from Jackie Chan in Beijing's Silk Market.
The Argentine province of Tucuman is talking to its neighbors about developing a film industry to siphon away business from overcrowded Buenos Aires.
Gotham denizens make great sport of complaining. To the lengthy hit list, ranked somewhere between the New York Knicks management and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, can now be added the…
The top-grossing English-Canadian film this month is a documentary about the impact of the giant Three Gorges Dam project in China.
While the domestic box office limps into summer, the international B.O. is being somewhat kinder to Hollywood.
"Battlestar Galactica" showrunner Ronald D. Moore is making a major move to the bigscreen, signing with United Artists to create and write a sci-fi trilogy. UA's keeping details of the project under…
Jack Angelo and Sam Brown have set up their comedy pitch "Fear Phil" at Disney, with Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot's Offspring Entertainment set to produce.
IFC Entertainment has secured North American rights to Madonna's directorial debut, "Filth and Wisdom."