A new study comissioned by the Sundance Institute and Women in Film Los Angeles finds women are getting more opportunities in independent film but can't...
The Academy can veto a new sponsor of the Hollywood & Highland theater that has been home to the Oscars the past 10 years
In his expanded role, Davidson will be in charge of acquiring films for distribution as well as remake opportunities
TheWrap reported previously that Disney had sought to replace the marketing chief; now sources say she is effectively gone
Exclusive: Seven execs will have left the company in less than two years amid complaints of a stifling corporate culture
Biggest year since the Writers Strike — “feels like 1997 all over again”
Domestic box office revenue race between Paramount and Warner Bros. shaping up to be tight
Seek to revive PROTECT IP act, introduced in May but sidelined by Oregon senator
The cloud-based technology is debuting this Fall, but without Apple can the video anywhere platform pull off a miracle?
Bay Area firm Merriman Capital says theater chains have more leverage, and predicts they’ll actually profit in the fight over early home-release windows
Theater chain gives few specifics but says it wants new economic terms
Streaming service claims it is analogous to a DVD rental chain and does not have to pay licensing fees
The summer of 2012 looks killer, but news of premium VOD pacts knee-caps exhibitors when they need a helping hand
The company will likely have to dig deep to renew its streaming deals with content providers when they expire.
A year after their wide-scale adoption, release delays haven’t slowed down operators like Netflix one bit, while the studios may not be getting quite as...
From “Thor” to “Cowboys & Aliens,” studios have more than doubled last year’s ad buy
One major shareholder advisory firm recommends parts of the rebel slate, while another endorses the studios candidates
In the post-Horn era, the new co-president plans to make eight tentpoles per year, up from the current four to six
Shooting is about to start on ‘Ghost Rider 2,’ but the budget has taken a big step down
Billionaire investor has been trying to take over the Vancouver-based studio throughout the past year
The new co-president at Warner Brothers studio has gone back to his wife; court papers expected this week
Corporate raider with eyes on indie studio owns stock in both
The hairy New Zealander is close to answering the prayers of fans and will agree to direct “The Hobbit” pictures
Analysis: The decision to keep Barry Meyer buys more time — but the pressure of change in the entertainment industry may demand decisiveness rather than...
Analysis: ““It’s hard to see what niche they’re filling — Blockbuster is not the fastest, not the cheapest and not the most convenient”
CEO Jim Keyes meets with movie executives to keep new DVDs coming after Dallas company files for Chapter 11