The Producers Guild of America has tapped "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "The Dark Knight," "Frost/Nixon," "Milk" and "Slumdog Millionaire" as nominees for its top feature award.
Gus Van Sant's "Milk," Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" and Pixar toon "Wall-E" topped the list for the Vancouver Film Critics Circle, who announced their nominations for the best of 2008.
Antonio Banderas has signed with the William Morris Agency.
China has launched a crackdown against high-profile websites including Google that officials accuse of threatening public morals by spreading pornography and vulgarity.
The BBC has acquired exclusive U.K. rights to the second season of "Damages," the U.S. legal skein starring Glenn Close.
Mediaset's Telecinco ruled Spanish TV in 2008 for the fifth straight year, taking an 18.1% audience share.
Global production company Endemol has further strengthened its management team with the appointment of Martha Brass as deputy chief operating officer.
The Tribeca Film Festival will hold a competition to re-shoot scenes from Disney's "Cool Runnings" and "Remember the Titans."
John Curran is set to direct "The Beautiful and the Damned," a Film Department period drama that will star Keira Knightley. Pic begins production in March.