“Tropic Thunder” scribe Etan Cohen is on board to direct “Get Hard” starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. Ferrell is also producing through his Gary Sanchez banner. Pic follows a wealthy investment…
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Dire predictions swirled around this year's slate of pricey pics. Now, after a number of colossal flops, Hollywood is left to wonder if its swing-for-the-fences paradigm has struck out.
As Kazuo Hirai looks to revitalize the Sony brand, he's not turning his back on Sony Pictures, replicating what former chief Howard Stringer did well: showing off some of the studio's upcoming…
Robert Etoll's music and sounds 'helped shape modern trailer'
Nominations include best horror movie trailer, trashiest trailer, best comedy poster, more. . .
Perhaps the best that can be said for the years-in-the-works "Men in Black 3" is that its prolonged, difficult development rarely leaves visible scars on the finished product.
Even as many states ramp up the debate on the real value of tax incentives to boost film and television production, the consensus in New York seems to be that such incentives do their job. And that…
Composer Danny Elfman is leaving Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games" because of scheduling conflicts and is being replaced by James Newton Howard.
In the past year the top entertainment lawyer has worked on deals worth more than $650 million for such clients as Reliance and Exclusive Media, representing in connection with $100 million of film…
Kazan has become a go-to dealmaker for videogame developers in making financing pacts with the major publishers.
A native of France with a masters in science from MIT and an MBA from Harvard, De Fanti teamed with former CBS and Sony exec Jeff Sagansky in 2007 to found Winchester Capital Management, which…
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