It's looking like the end of the line for most of New Line's 600 employees and uncertainty for New Line's slate.
"Jumper" landed in first place overseas for the third straight weekend with $12.8 million at 4,000 playdates in 44 markets, edging political thriller "Vantage Point."
Television viewers may have snubbed the Oscarcast in record numbers this year, but a best picture win still seems to mean something at the box office. Just how much remains a question.
Hip-hop artist Pras Michel of the Fugees has optioned film and TV rights to comic series "Dark Oz," originally published by Caliber Comics.
"Running the Sahara," a docu about three ultra-runners' quest to cross the desert, will be released in summer by NEHST Studios.
In an upset, French actress and Oscar winner Marion Cotillard won the Czech Lion actress award, an honor normally reserved for local stars.
Tim Allen will make his feature directing debut on "Crazy on the Outside," an independently financed comedy.
Ellen Page has dropped out of Sam Raimi's supernatural thriller "Drag Me to Hell" due to scheduling conflicts.
New Line's R-rated basketball spoof "Semi-Pro" didn't get off to a fast break at the weekend box office, grossing an estimated $15.3 million from 3,121 theaters in the lowest opening for a major Will…
Despite making a lay-up for the top box office spot Friday, New Line's "Semi-Pro" scored low among Will Ferrell's laffers, grossing $5.4 million in 3,121 theaters.