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  • Miramax chairman's exit adds another hurdle for firm's turnaround

    Miramax chairman's exit adds another hurdle for firm's turnaround
    The Miramax film company's attempts to reestablish itself as a Hollywood powerhouse hit another snag with the resignation of Chairman Richard Nanula, a veteran executive who formerly held prominent posts at Walt Disney Co. and Amgen Inc. Nanula's...
  • Animated "Lorax" Leads Box Office With Big Debut

    Animated "Lorax" Leads Box Office With Big Debut
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A big-screen version of classic Dr. Seuss children's book "The Lorax" rang up a massive $70.7 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales over the weekend, the biggest movie debut so far this year. The popularity of the 3D...
  • Jon Feltheimer sells his Holmby Hills property

    Jon Feltheimer sells his Holmby Hills property
    Jon Feltheimer, chief executive of the Santa Monica film and television studio Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., has sold his Holmby Hills estate for $14.4 million. The 1.4-acre flat property overlooks a fairway at the private Los Angeles Country Club. The...
  • Matthew Perry buys custom house in Sunset Strip area

    Matthew Perry buys custom house in Sunset Strip area
    Actor Matthew Perry has bought a newly built custom house in the Sunset Strip area for $8.65 million. That might explain why he put his West Hollywood condo up for sale last month at $2,995,000. At his new home, walls of glass in the main living area and...
  • Foul-Mouthed 'Ted' Takes Movie Box Office Crown

    Foul-Mouthed 'Ted' Takes Movie Box Office Crown
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comedy "Ted," starring a foul-mouthed teddy bear, won the battle at movie box offices over the weekend, taking in a surprising $54.1 million in the United States and Canada and beating Channing Tatum's steamy role as a male...
  • Yahoo board picks spark 'distracting' proxy fight from investor

    Yahoo board picks spark 'distracting' proxy fight from investor
    Yahoo Inc., in an attempt to “reshape and refocus” itself, appointed three new independent directors to its board, including a top executive from American Express Co. But the move isn’t passing muster with activist investor Daniel Loeb,...
  • Movie projector: 'The Rite' and 'Mechanic' open as 'King's Speech' looks for post-Oscar nomination boost

     
    Two new movies will compete against a royal rival this weekend. “The King’s Speech,” which just scooped up 12 Oscar nominations, is expanding its run and is expected to contend for the top box-office spot alongside a pair of new......
  • AMC and Regal forming new venture to acquire and release movies

     
    The nation's two largest movie theater chains are about to encroach on Hollywood studios' turf. Regal Entertainment Group and AMC Entertainment Inc. are close to launching a joint venture to acquire and release independent movies, according to people...
  • Lions Gate launching micro-budget movie initiative, may sell assets

     
    Seeking to cash in on the next "Paranormal Activity" or "Saw" phenomenon amid challenging film economics, Lions Gate Entertainment is launching a new initiative to release up to 10 low-budget movies a year costing less than $2 million each. Chief......
  • New MGM taps Ken Schapiro as chief operating officer

     
    The new chief executives of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have found their No. 2. Ken Schapiro, a veteran Hollywood executive who most recently served as a partner in media investment fund Qualia Capital, has been appointed chief operating officer of MGM....
  • Harry Sloan and Jeff Sagansky planning IPO for media acquisition company

     
    Former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer chief Harry Sloan and onetime CBS and Sony Pictures senior executive Jeff Sagansky are looking to raise at least $175 million to hunt for media and entertainment acquisitions. Global Eagle Acquisition Corp, a new Los Angeles-...