Editors love to tell stories about how they pieced together what looked like disastrous takes to save an actor's performance -- or win that thesp an Oscar.
Movie mayhem combines complex physics, arcane math and massive amounts of computing power.
There's a grim irony to the fact that, even as the last of the great soap operas ("As the World Turns") announced plans last week to fade to black in September, TMZ is mobilizing for expansion.
Debbie Liebling has officially joined Universal Pictures as president of production.
The Hollywood Reporter has been sold to e5 Global Media, a new company jointly owned by equity partner Pluribus Capital Management and financial services firm Guggenheim Partners.
The Visual Industry Promotion Organization, which runs the CoFesta content festival, has protested against drastic cuts in government spending on the promotion of local entertainment content.
Argentina's Maiz Prods. has struck a two-pic co-production deal with Mexican production-distribution house Prods. Corazon.
Slamdance's 2010 feature competition will serve up 10 narrative and eight documentary feature films.
DreamWorks is delving into the world of high-stakes infidelity for an upcoming action comedy.
Cameron Diaz is heading back to school for Columbia Pictures' raunchy comedy "Bad Teacher."
PMK/HBH chief exec Simon Halls is ankling the Hollywood praisery.