The British Academy of Film & Television Arts/Los Angeles is making sure that history is properly recorded.
Jordan Moffet has been tapped by Imagine Entertainment and Universal Pictures to rewrite "Sick Day" as a Chris Rock vehicle.
The Britannia Awards night is returning, after an 18-month break, to its usual autumn slot with new focus and ambition.
At a recent industry event, Howard Stringer described his first visit to Hollywood 35 years ago.
Dimension Films will pay "Scary Movie 3" scribe Craig Mazin seven figures in a one-year reup of his first-look deal.
A hefty hip quotient and larky attitude toward violence can't conceal the basic tawdriness of "Nicotina," an adrenaline-fueled, determinedly outrageous crime meller that owes more than any film…
The Long Island City Business Development Corp. will honor Silvercup Studio and Kaufman Astoria Studio at their annual luncheon and trade show.
Motion Picture Assn. of America president Jack Valenti spent Thursday afternoon giving face time in Los Angeles to groups disgruntled over the screener ban.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has about 5,800 voting members, and so far nearly 4,000 of them have returned their screener agreement. But what's up with those holdouts?
It wasn't exactly revolutionary, but it'll do. Warner Bros.' groundbreaking gambit of releasing "The Matrix Revolutions" at the same moment in 96 countries reaped a total of $43.1 million in…
Sounding a little like Santa, Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared today Elf Day in Gotham.