For the first time since they went on strike three weeks ago, showbiz writers will meet today at the bargaining table with their employers.
"Beowulf" easily conquered the foreign box office, dominating the weekend with $26 million at 5,400 playdates in 43 markets for its second straight international victory.
Universal Pictures spent the weekend trying to convince Russell Crowe, its "American Gangster" topliner, to replace Brad Pitt as the star of "State of Play."
The ninth Jakarta Film Festival has unveiled 170 movies to unspool at its Dec. 7-16 edition. Pics come from 35 countries.
The Tokyo Filmex jury has awarded the competition grand prize to Raphael Nadjari's "Tehilim," a drama about an Israeli family's struggles following the father's mysterious disappearance.
Gangster film "The Show Must Go On" picked up best picture as well as the actor nod for Song Kang-ho at South Korea's Blue Dragon Awards.
Helmer Cristian Mungiu's Cannes winner "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" was the big winner at the Stockholm Film Festival on Saturday night, picking up best film and as well as actress honors for…
Disney's modern-day princess tale "Enchanted" easily fit the glass slipper, grossing an estimated $50 million at the domestic box office over the five-day holiday frame.
The $14.4 million Friday haul for Disney's "Enchanted" was one for the Mouse House storybooks.
Filmmakers Antony Thomas, Ric Burns and Chris Eyre, along with BBC journalist Andrew Marr, have been added to the line-up of the History Makers 2008 conference, which is set to take place in New York…
The French strikes had a mixed impact on players within the entertainment biz this week.