The level of brinkmanship in the war between scribes and studios increased another notch over the weekend as the WGA confirmed it will seek to bargain with the companies individually in an effort to…
The second weekend of "The Golden Compass" showed far more traction overseas than domestically, with the film leading the foreign box office on the strength of a $29 million take from 6,800 playdates.
SAG and AFTRA are inching toward the bargaining table over a new basic film-TV contract with the AMPTP next year, even though the two performers unions are mired in ongoing disputes.
Emmy Rossum has booked the female lead in 20th Century Fox's "Dragonball," based on the popular Japanese manga.
"Knocked Up," "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" and "The Savages" each got a hug from the American Film Institute, which on Sunday announced its top 10 film and TV lists for 2007.
Lebanese war drama "Under The Bombs" won the top prize at this year's Dubai Intl. Film Festival, which unspooled Dec. 9-16.
The Motion Picture Academy's visual effects branch made an unprecedented statement in support of visual effects in animated films as it narrowed the contenders for the vfx Oscar to 15 films that will…
Argentine actors are back out on strike after calling off a deal with producers and broadcasters that would have given them higher pay and shorter working hours but which failed to address payment…
"No Country for Old Men" was tops in Chi as the Coen brothers thriller swept the 20th annual Chicago Film Critics Awards with four of the major prizes.
Colombian helmer Andi Baiz, whose debut pic "Satanas" is vying for a foreign Oscar nom, will direct his next pic in English for U.S. indie Stick n' Stone Prods.
Warner Bros.' Will Smith starrer "I Am Legend" scored the best December opening of all time with $76.5 million over the weekend, while Fox's live-action/CGI hybrid "Alvin and the Chipmunks" surpassed…