Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Entertainment Company to be Named 21st Century Fox 5 weeks ago
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch has settled on a name for the entertainment and media company that will split off from the media conglomerate...
By Lucas Shaw
“Judy Moody” is a children's movie, after all, so you definitely get your fair share of bathroom jokes and too much sugary foods
Indie crime-thriller "Decisions" will be released in "about 1,000" theaters (yep, that's what the producer says) on April 15
Los Angeles Times says satellite operator is looking to be the first to partner with the studios on their new early video-on-demand offering
(Updated) Grey was nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2011
Studio would've turned a quarterly profit, but spent $7.9 million in "corporate defense related to shareholder activist activities"
From "Hart to Hart" to "Tea and Sympathy," studios are making more of their libraries available to fans
Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and director Tom Hooper answer post-screening questions, archived from a live webcast
The film legend on his acclaimed drama "Get Low" and why the new "True Grit" beats the original, at TheWrap's Academy Screening Series
Conan O'Brien, Jane Lynch, Taylor Swift among 2010 winners
In its transition year under Rich Ross, the studio became the first to have two billion-dollar grossers in the same campaign ... but they came at a high price
As studios focus on big franchises, Mandalay sees an opportunity to make more movies, and producer deals
Seven countries represented in field; "Heroes" creator to get Pioneer Prize
Gov. Schwarzenegger says 60 projects have qualified so far
Film L.A. says production permits for 2009 were down 19% from 2008
For the first time in two decades, a year has gone by without a single big-budget U.S. film shot in Australia.
Which of these are you doing? Which of these are you willing to do?
71 world premieres will debut in Italy.
Just three are shooting so far compared with 14 over the same period last year.
Who will become the new President of News Corp?
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama