Beacon Communications has named Gary Shapiro senior vice president of marketing.
Warner Bros. has renewed its first-look deal with studio-based producer Andrew Lazar ("Cats & Dogs") and his production shingle Mad Chance Prods.
Day-and-date with domestic, "Jurassic Park III" invaded 12 offshore markets over the weekend, delivering toothsome figures that generally eclipsed the bows of the original "Jurassic Park."
Comicbook fans and creators who gathered over the weekend in San Diego for the annual Comic-Con got a look into the ever-increasing partnership between their colorful heroes and Hollywood.
It is never easy to successfully market a major motion picture. But when the film is rated R, the core audience is under 25, and the year is 2001, the challenge is even greater.
The Independent Feature Project has announced its screenings slate for the 23rd annual IFP Market, to unspool Sept. 30-Oct. 5 at downtown Manhattan's Angelika Film Center and environs. Selection…
Almost a year has passed since the Federal Trade Commission indicted Hollywood for selling violence to kids, and still the storm won't entirely go away.
Making a counter pitch to a deal struck in recent days by Sony Pictures and Warner Bros., the other five majors want digital TV set makers to include technology preventing over-the-air broadcast…
Intermedia has tapped scribe Bruce Miller to script his pitch about the women's tennis world, which the investment company recently picked up for Reese Witherspoon's production shingle, Type A Films.
Universal has broken away from its major-studio brethren and signed the first movie-company deal to funnel its theatricals to cable systems through video-on-demand.
Finnish-based Riot Entertainment said last week it had secured the exclusive handheld wireless interactive game rights for the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.