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The studio’s announcement, which also includes the extension of Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton’s contract, comes less than three weeks after Amy Pascal’s resignation
CEO Michael Lynton is looking at structure before making a decision, they tell TheWrap
Producer Avi Arad told Amy Pascal he had become “the proud father” of the movie in October
‘Unbroken’s’ Jack O’Connell, Julia Roberts in Talks to Join George Clooney in ‘Money Monster’ (Exclusive)
Jodie Foster is directing the financial thriller for Tom Rothman’s TriStar Productions
He will serve as co-head of the department with Tony Safford
She’ll write the script with her “Bridesmaids” collaborator Annie Mumolo, who will also star alongside Wiig
Alan Bennett’s memoir and West End hit will be directed by Nicholas Hytner
So he says, at least
"I learned that there’s a certain insularity that we suffer from in this town," the new chair of TriStar tells TheWrap
TriStar will produce four films a year under the leadership of the former Fox Filmed Entertainment chief
"He's not coming back," said one of the individuals. "He's either quitting or just not showing up"
Writer-actor-director Ed Burns, "Argo" cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto and Funny or Die's Mike Farah also are among the jurors chosen for next year's festival, which begins Jan....
Tom Rothman is coming on board to produce 'Robopocalypse,' according to DreamWorks
What is the reason for Tom Rothman’s abrupt dismissal after 18 years of service at Twentieth Century Fox?
Jerry Bruckheimer and Denzel Washington both collaborated with Tony Scott and also offered their thoughts on his death.
Exclusive: Seven execs will have left the company in less than two years amid complaints of a stifling corporate culture
“Marketing is the most dynamic area of the business right now — it’s where innovation and breakthrough thinking is happening most frequently and to greatest...
The former Disney chief of production and marketing would have an expanded marketing role on the heels of Pam Levine’s departure
Marketing chief Tony Sella really isn’t to blame for the movie’s flopping; look a little higher up the executive ladder at Fox