William Morris Endeavor accepted Hugh Jackman's philanthropic challenge
Myers, who served for Bill Clinton, was the first female press secretary
JK Rowling's spin-off "text book" is now set to become its own trilogy from Warner Bros
The Huayi Brothers, a Chinese production company, is in talks to contribute to Robinov's fund
Eyeworks USA remains independent
Warner Bros. also counts Village Roadshow and Alcon Entertainment as financing partners
He replaces Marc Weinstock, and will oversee domestic theatrical marketing
The actor discussed the negative internet reaction during an interview for his upcoming film "Runner, Runner"
The studio chief says Affleck is 'perfect' to play the Dark Knight, hints at ambitious hopes for new J.K. Rowling collaboration
Analysis: Newly appointed president of Paramount TV Amy Powell has long stood out as a digital advocate in slow-to-change Hollywood
Three of the major studios are having some growing pains as the media confab unfolds
Steve Burke has been negotiating the deal with Tull, insiders tell TheWrap
Kroll, head of worldwide marketing, adds international distribution to her purview; Silverman becomes president of creative development and worldwide production
The deal would involve distribution rights to Legendary CEO Thomas Tull's movies, co-financing of Universal movies and television partnership
Tull said Warner Bros. and Legendary are in different places than they were in 2004
Appointment ends fevered speculation about where former Warner Bros. Television Group president would land
The departing TV head sends an internal memo expressing his thanks to long-time boss Barry Meyer
Peter Roth, Craig Hunegs and Jeffrey Schlesinger to run studio's television businesses
Craig Hunegs, Peter Roth and Jeffrey Schlesinger moving up
With a track record in a time of transition, it was temperament rather than accomplishment dictating the choice of Kevin Tsujihara as CEO
Kevin Tsujihara, the new Warner Bros. CEO, said in an interview on Monday that he would focus on maintaining the unique culture of the movie...
Kevin Tsujihara beats out TV chief Bruce Rosenblum and movie head Jeff Robinov
Bruce Rosenblum, president of Warner Bros. Television Group, said he's trying hard not to be distracted by the elephant on the lot: who will lead...
Analysis: The decision to keep Barry Meyer buys more time -- but the pressure of change in the entertainment industry may demand decisiveness rather than...
As Horn exits next April, the new "Office of the President" becomes triumvirate of Jeff Robinov, Bruce Rosenblum and Kevin Tsujihara