FilmNation has bought the international arm of GreeneStreet Films.
Lakeshore Entertainment's David Scott Rubin has been named exec VP of physical production at CBS Films.
Michael Donkis, longtime publicist for the talent agency Endeavor, will leave the percentery to partner with former PMK/HBH senior veep Joy Fehily in Prime, a new PR company.
Celebrities grace the covers of Elle. But now the magazine wants to make itself just as big of a star.
The Los Angeles production of "Wicked," which closed Sunday at the Pantages Theater, grossed more than $145 million and registered more than 1.8 million admissions.
Executives from Sundance, which kicks off Thursday, are in advanced negotiations with Abu Dhabi-based investment org Mubadala to launch a film festival in the oil-rich emirate.
President George Bush wants a final 15 minutes from the Big Four nets on Thursday.
Following the 2007 preem of "Knocked Up," Seth Rogen will return to the SXSW Film Festival with the world premiere of "Observe and Report."
British TV exec David Withers, who served as distribution director for ITC, died Jan. 4 in the United Kingdom. He was 80.
Oscar nominated short films will be released by Shorts International to preem in U.S. theatres on Feb. 6.
China's central government is hatching plans for its media organizations to become global superpowers to fit the country's growing status.