Two takes on contempo relationships, "El sexo de los angeles" (Sex of Angels) and "Entre a dor e a nada" (Absence) have pulled down key coin from a new Galicia-Brazil co-production film fund.
The Mouse House has sold Movies.com to Comcast's Fandango.com to focus upon inhouse brands online.
George Carlin, the standup comic who defined the comedy counterculture and went to the Supreme Court to defend his "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" routine, died Sunday of heart failure…
Scott Sternberg, one of the most active producers of nonfiction TV series in the U.S., has set up a division devoted to feature-length documentaries.
Rogue Pictures has picked up Ehren Kruger's script "The Keep," an adaptation of the Jennifer Egan novel that the scribe will also produce.
DreamWorks has snapped up Chris Poole and Mike Arnold's comedy spec "Homeschooled."
Production of troubled indie comedy "Nailed," starring Jessica Biel and Jake Gyllenhaal, has been shut down for a fourth time due to financial problems.
Rajesh Sawhney, president of Reliance Entertainment, says the Indian conglom has no illusions about the challenges ahead as it completes its plan to make a $500 million investment in DreamWorks.
"Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" found enough extra foreign treasure to lead the international box office for a third weekend, edging "The Incredible Hulk" and "Sex and the City."
Vladimir Kott's "Mukha" won the Jin Jue award at the Shanghai Film Festival, which ended Sunday.
Actress Michelle Yeoh, producer Terence Chang and Taiwanese manager David Tang unfurled their Asian talent management banner Stellar Entertainment on Saturday.