Action star Dwayne Johnson becomes an undercover informant for the federal government and -- in no surprise to anybody -- blows stuff up in the...
Layoffs, the result of January purchase of Summit by Lionsgate, amount to 12 percent of the workforce
Mikael Hafstrom will direct Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone in Summit's prison film "The Tomb"
The movie compares well to the 2009 "New Moon," which grossed $296.6 domestically
Studio says the operator of the crude fan merchandise site is fooling people into thinking his is the official Twilight website
The company says criminal action is being taken in Argentina
The studio is in negotiations with Antoine Fuqua to direct -- and with its "Red" collaborator Lorenzo di Bonaventura to produce
The "Resident Evil" mastermind has signed on to direct the Summit-distributed movie about a notorious volcano's eruption in the year 79 AD
Updated: Studio says "Source Code" post was "a little snarky," asks movie site to intervene
Jodie Foster directed the dark comedy from a script by Kyle Killen
Olga Fonda, Janelle Froehlich, Masami Kosaka also get supporting roles in Bill Condon's "Twilight" sequel
Kenny Ortega ("High School Musical") is attached to direct from a script by Jeremy Garelick ("The Hangover")
Studio acquires rights for film based on author Julie Cross' debut novel
Foreign actresses added to Summit's thriller starring Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver
"Schindler's List" star to play Bruce Willis' wife in Mabrouk El Mechri's conspiracy thriller
Former "Pushing Daisies" star will play laid-back vampire Garrett in Summit's two-part adaptation of the final "Twilight" book
Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will produce the heist film written by Boaz Yakin and Edward Ricourt
Director Antoine Fuqua is circling the prison escape drama from writers Miles Chapman and Jason Keller
Jeff Bushell ("Beverly Hills Chihuahua") is writing, Summit is in negotiations to finance
After Lutz and Greene sign on, Summit announces Facinelli, Rathbone, Reaser and Reed
With core cast returning and Bill Condon directing, Summit still hasn't announced if the fourth 'Twilight' installment will be two-parter
Will distribute 3D thriller domestically
Jailed director's film will roll out in February in North America
Summit picks up "Vlad"
That would mean reopening negotiations with the director and getting approval from the author.
The studio treads lightly in the hard-times Washington town where "Twilight" lives.
Studio hires Morgan Stanley to take a bite on Hollywood deals.
Three promoted to various distribution posts.
She whined. They bit back. Wednesday’s announcement by Summit Entertainment was brief: Rachelle Lefevre would be replaced by Bryce Howard in the third “Twilight” feature...
Summit officially refutes actress Rachelle Lefevre's claims that changes in the production schedule forced her out of "Eclipse."