"What Happens in Vegas" leads to neo-screwball comedy in New York, and the result is an undemandingly diverting and exceptionally commercial pic that should click with its target 25-and-under demo…
Italian director Pasquale Squitieri, who looks set to become the next director of the Rome Film Festival, has suggested that the event is a waste of money -- and that coin should instead go to the…
Paramount and Marvel Studios' summer tentpole "Iron Man" mined enough in its box office debut to join the pantheon of all-time highest openers, grossing an estimated $104.2 million domestically and…
Indian car maker Mahindra & Mahindra has become the latest corporate giant to drive onto the Bollywood movie scene. Group has created a $50 million media fund and has begun financing a slate of…
The world preem of Indian blockbuster "Sarkar Raj" will be one of the high points of the Intl. Indian Film Academy awards weekend that takes place in Bangkok June 6-8.
Paramount and Marvel Studios' "Iron Man" grossed a whopping $33.4 million at the domestic box office on Friday, firing up the summer season and scoring the second-best Friday in history for a…
"Iron Man" may have already earned more than $60 million worldwide, including an estimated Friday domestic take of $30 million or more for Paramount and Marvel Studios.
With the specialty film biz at risk of not being so special anymore due in part to spiraling advertising costs, there's movement afoot to reduce P&A spending.
The perpetual tech question is "What's the next big product?" Richard Kerris says the answer is: "It's not a product, it's a pipeline."
Code-named Project Canoe, a joint technology initiative being overseen by Richard Green at the nonprofit cable industry research and development consortium CableLabs, based in Louisville, Colo. is…
Many entertainment industry investors and companies find themselves beating the bushes for a "Next Big Thing" that will take their businesses to another level.