New legislation could expand California's film and TV incentive program
I never forgot his words: "Keep the bat in your hand. Keep walking up to the plate. One day you will hit it out of...
Andrew Sodrowski's "Holland, Michigan" topped the list with 46 votes
Experts argue that China is more hospitable to American movies than America is to Chinese movies
The winners of the Pilot Launch TV Script Competition will be flown to Los Angeles to meet with agents and managers
Angeles National Forest, the L.A. River and Sepulveda Dam are among the sites off limits for camera crews
Event will showcase films on historical topics from high-school students
Machinima is one the largest networks of YouTube channels in the world
TheWrap's Lucas Shaw discusses the aggregation site's expansion with Matt Atchity
TheWrap's film critic Alonso Duralde on 'Salinger': "It's not a movie that lets him off the hook"
The Oscar-winning director's World Cinema Foundation has restored 15 features and 2 shorts from 15 countries
In what may be the "Glee" star's final video he has hopeful, sad advice for young viewers
News Corp. will remain the name of a separate publishing company
From Spike Lee to Judd Apatow to Lena Dunham, filmmakers who make the most of their 140 characters
The first trailer for Noah Baumbach's black-and-white film features Greta Gerwig demonstrating her colorful charm
The race to replace Antonio Villaraigosa is drawing Hollywood's interest
“Argo” has become the fourth film in history to win the Academy Award for Best Picture without a Best Director nomination
Daniel Day-Lewis is the first to win three Oscars for Best Actor
Jennifer Lawrence wins in her second nomination; her first came for "Winter's Bone"
Ang Lee's Best Director win comes in one of the most competitive Oscar categories
Oscar nominees and Hollywood stars, including Jessica Chastain, Amy Adams and Quvenzhané Wallis arrive on the red carpet at the 85th Annual Academy Awards
Stars, execs and Hollywood heavyweights celebrate at TheWrap's 4th Annual Oscar Party at Culina in Beverly Hills
"Big Fish," a musical version of the 2003 film, will bow in Chicago in April before heading to Broadway in the fall
"Annie" is no longer being re-imagined as a vehicle for Willow Smith; Sony Pictures will begin looking for a new star
A new report from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film shows the number of women directors fluctuated upward in 2012
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival kicks off on Thursday
Barbra Streisand will receive the award on April 22
Solar Entertainment Group has partnered with Hoffman Lloyd for a new investment bank serving entertainment and media companies
To make sense of Hollywood's changing landscape, we asked the experts: How do we make sense of the changing landscape? And what trends are emerging as...
Maggie Smith stars in "Quartet," Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut, set in an old folks home for retired musicians