Television executive’s accomplishments include helping to bring TMZ to the small screen
Sue Kroll has been renegotiating her contract for the better part of this year, a process that has been complicated by competition for the top...
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...
It’s exceedingly bloody, it’s hardly mainstream – and it is in every way a Jewish “Braveheart,” just as Joe Eszterhas claimed.
Joe Eszterhas, in an explosive nine-page letter to Mel Gibson obtained by TheWrap, writes: “The reason you won’t make ‘The Maccabees’ is the ugliest possible...
Studio says script didn’t work, move comes after Jewish groups were outraged to learn that Gibson would produce and direct
Redbox and Blockbuster still haven’t budged
The studio was the second largest grossing studio in 2011, after Paramount
Summit’s vampire franchise performs as big as expected, while Warners’ “Happy Feet Two” stumbles to $22.3M
Reviews were mixed, but the Eastwood-directed biopic racked up an impressive midweek performance
Among the films that will be sliced and diced into individual clips are the Harry Potter films, “The Wizard of Oz,” “Casablanca” and “The Shining”
By month’s end, 20 scripts had been purchased
After an ice-cold winter, receipts are up over 3% — and for the first time, three films crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide
Where will Jeffrey Katzenberg go?
“Deathly Hallows: Part 2” will pass “The Dark Knight” as the biggest domestic debut in history
The final film in the boy wizard franchise will score the biggest international debut in history, and could break “The Dark Knight’s’ $158.4 million benchmark
The final film in the mega-grossing boy wizard franchise is on track to be the second biggest pre-seller of all time
Theater chains in Los Angeles are touting 405 closure-themed promotions, but some exhibitors are worried moviegoers will just stay home this weekend
Legendary East will produce one or two event films a year beginning in 2013 that Warner Bros. will distribute
First short, “Daffy’s Rhapsody,” will debut in conjunction with “Happy Feet 2” on Nov. 18
Will Hollywood leave behind a dying home entertainment model for a more audacious strategy that unlocks the power of the giants of the Internet —...
Companies announce distribution deal that will result in “substantial cost savings” for Sony
Exclusive: A divide has opened among Hollywood’s major studios over whether to join YouTube’s initiative to rent movies on demand – which is holding up...
YouTube will imminently launch a movie-on-demand service charging users to stream movies off the world’s largest video sharing site