Feature film production exec and director Phil Rawlins died in Newhall, Calif. on May 28. He was 79.
SAG, AFTRA and Actors Equity have tapped actors George Takei and Victoria Ann Lewis, dancer Cheryl Burke and stand-up comedian Charlie Hill as winners of the Ivy Bethune Tri-Union Diversity Awards.
Produced By, a first time confab of the PGA, drew more than 1,000 attendees to more than 50 panels, roundtables and parties on the Sony lot Saturday and Sunday.
Los Angeles-based indie distrib Maya Entertainment has picked up Breno Silveira's "Once Upon a Time in Rio" for U.S. theatrical release.
The Gotham film community is up in arms over legislation backed by the Mayor's Office of Film and Television that would shrink the city's contribution to tax breaks for film productions and TV series.
Carl Icahn has boosted his stake in Lionsgate to 15.6% from 14.5% over the past month in a signal that he could still make a move to control the mini-major.
CAA has signed Tommy Lee Jones, who exited WMA after its merger with Endeavor. Jones is starring in John Wells-directed drama "The Company Men." He is also in the process of talking to financiers for…
"Terminator Salvation" showed plenty of power outside the United States, dominating the weekend's foreign box office with $67.5 million at 8,325 playdates in 70 territories.
Arguably the most innocuous pic of Eddie Murphy's career to date.
Warner Bros.' comedy "The Hangover" grossed a boffo $43.3 million in its domestic B.O. debut, nearly edging Disney-Pixar holdover "Up," which remained No. 1 at an impressive $44.2 million.
The Weinstein Co. has hired consulting firm Miller Buckfire & Co. to explore its financial options.