U.K. "super-indie" Shine, owned and run by Elisabeth Murdoch, is close to acquiring U.S. shingle Reveille. Shine is believed to be paying some $200 million for Reveille in a unique move by a British…
It appears Paramount's "Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" will be making its exclusive pay TV debut on Showtime after all.
Producers of the recent "Halloween" redo have picked up the horror thriller spec "Hurt" from scribes Anthony Grieco and Jeff Drongowski for tyro helmer Adam Finberg to direct.
Gaia Online, a Web-based community for teens, is pacting with Sony Pictures and Warner Bros. to stream movies and TV shows inside of virtual theaters online.
Christian Bale, cyborg foe. Thesp is closing in on the role of John Connor in Warner Bros.' reboot of the "Terminator" franchise.
Rock Shaink is exiting as senior executive of Tyrese Gibson's HQ Pictures for a post at the newly minted Romark Films, where he will be partnered alongside writer-director Mark Jonathan Stanley.
In the latest strike-related twist, more top-tier movie stars are available to work than at any time in recent memory, and a substantial number of TV stars may be poised to join them.
Five titans of the performing arts were celebrated Sunday in the 30th edition of the Kennedy Center Honors. The affair honored the lifetime achievements of pop musicians Diana Ross and Beach Boy…
Writer-director Tamara Jenkins' dramedy "The Savages" acted more than civilized in its limited box office debut, nabbing Fox Searchlight the best per-screen average of the weekend at $38,280.
The Korean Film Council will hold a two-day "Japan Business Campus" in Tokyo to promote contacts between the Korean and Japanese film industries.
Warners is disposing of the inconvenient with its conspicuously underpublicized Nov. 30 regional release of "Mama's Boy." Haphazardly conceived and clumsily executed, this aggressively quirky yet…