Warner Bros. Pictures has hired scribe Mark Poirier to pen the untitled Russian bride project set up at Todd Phillips' eponymous production shingle.
Rogue Pictures is getting chummy with "B.F.F.," making a preemptive purchase of the romantic-comedy spec by husband-wife team Chad Gomez Creasey and Dara Resnik Creasey and setting it up with Beau…
There are times in life when the ever-present mini dress just won't cut it; job interviews and chilly evenings being the obvious forerunners.
Suddenly, it's tentpole time, and studio promo dollars are gushing. Monday's Tokyo preem of "Spider-Man 3" marks the first salvo, as studios prepare to spend $100 million-plus for multiple global…
A panel of copyright judges rejected Monday the requests of Internet radio broadcasters to reconsider a ruling that significantly bumped up the amount of royalties that must be paid to record…
Following the mad scramble to set key award dates in anticipation of Oscar season, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has staked out Jan. 13 for its 65th annual Golden Globe Awards.
The Radio-Television News Directors Assn. presented its Paul White award for lifetime achievement Monday to CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour.
The Writers Guild of America West has appointed producer/development exec Kimberly Myers as its director of diversity. Myers fills the slot vacated last year by Sonja Augustine.
Pubcaster TVNZ announced 59 job cuts in its struggling news and current affairs division, including a downgrade of "Tonight," its late news show that is to be an update of the 6 p.m. news hour.
Korean helmer So Yong Kim's "In Between Days" won the international competition at the ninth Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film for freshman and sophomore productions, which wrapped Sunday.