In the past three years, the pendulum has swung wide in the Hollywood screener wars. Now, things seem back to normal. Well, normal levels of hysteria, anyway.
London Eye: It was never clear how much ex-Beatle George Harrison really knew about what went on at his shingle HandMade Films in the 1980s.
The Backlot: The media likes to dwell on the idiosyncratic behavior of Hollywood superstars, but devotes vastly less attention to corporate superstars. Now the two forces are on a collision course.
Two years after "The Passion of the Christ" fueled $600 million in global B.O., Hollywood is discovering that faith is harder than it looks.
Usually, vanity ads are all about heaping praise. But last week, a pair of print ads aimed to resolve creative differences and their fallout.
The bitter Montreal film festival turf war is far from over, but the successful 35th anniversary edition of the Montreal Festival du Nouveau Cinema made it clear this edgy event is in surprisingly…
"Flushed Away" and "Dreamgirls" are coming from two entirely separate companies, but the general public probably won't be able to tell.
"We are a name-brand society," marketing guru Stuart McFaul told the rapt audience who filled a Marriott Hotel conference room. His acolytes nodded, bending over their notepads to scribble down his…
Will the real David Bergstein please stand up? For years the L.A. businessman was best known for investing in companies on the brink.
It's barely a month into the new TV season and CBS' star-studded heist drama "Smith" is already off the air. NBC's "Kidnapped" has been banished to Saturday night for the remainder of its run. And…
Bollywood loves remaking Hollywood hits, and perhaps no film has fascinated the local film biz quite like "The Godfather."