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  • Sundance 2015: Lily Tomlin has an easy ride steering 'Grandma'

    There is no official award for being a national treasure, so recently Lily Tomlin had to settle for a Kennedy Center Honor. At 75, Tomlin continues to break new ground in her career. When the film "Grandma" premieres Friday, it will mark her first...
  • Sony faces creative uncertainty as Pascal prepares to exit

    Sony faces creative uncertainty as Pascal prepares to exit
    Amy Pascal's exit from Sony Pictures comes as the studio faces one of its biggest creative crossroads. The film studio has been trailing its Hollywood rivals when it comes to big, reliable franchises — the kind of blockbusters that drive the box...
  • Kodak reaches agreement with studios to help keep making movie film

    Kodak reaches agreement with studios to help keep making movie film
    Eastman Kodak Co., one of the world's most recognizable film suppliers, finalized agreements with Hollywood studios to keep celluloid in the future of film. The company said Wednesday that it will continue to provide motion picture film to Twentieth ...
  • Amy Pascal's exit hints at new script for Sony

    Amy Pascal's exit hints at new script for Sony
    Amy Pascal, long considered one of the most powerful women in Hollywood — and a throwback to old-school moviemaking — is stepping down from her co-chair job at Sony Pictures Entertainment in the wake of the devastating cyberattack that...
  • Oscars 2015: Plenty of good fortune for studios' art house wings

    Fox Searchlight knew "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was a great film, but studio executives never imagined it would end up a top Oscar contender. The Wes Anderson film rolled out in limited theaters last March, just after the 2014 Oscars and long before...
  • 'Steve Jobs' biopic commences shooting, announces full cast

    'Steve Jobs' biopic commences shooting, announces full cast
    After a tumultuous development period marked by bugs, glitches, crashes and hard resets, the "Steve Jobs" biopic is finally up and running. Principal photography has begun in San Francisco on the Aaron Sorkin-scripted, Danny Boyle-directed film starring...
  • MPAA's Chris Dodd is facing industry upheaval and clashing studios

    MPAA's Chris Dodd is facing industry upheaval and clashing studios
    Chris Dodd swept through Hollywood like he was still campaigning for office. On a recent three-day road trip to Los Angeles, the former U.S. senator — now Hollywood's chief lobbyist — visited the home of Sony Pictures Entertainment...
  • Tom Rothman among leading candidates to replace Amy Pascal

    Tom Rothman among leading candidates to replace Amy Pascal
    She has been a fixture of Hollywood for nearly three decades. Since joining Columbia Pictures in 1988, Amy Pascal has presided over a string of hits including "Groundhog Day," "Men in Black" and "The Amazing Spider-Man." She has also forged close...
  • Netflix to stream 'The Interview' starting Saturday

    Netflix to stream 'The Interview' starting Saturday
    Sony Pictures' controversial comedy "The Interview" is coming to Netflix. The Los Gatos, Calif., streaming video company said that the film, thought to be at the center of the devastating cyberattack against Sony, will be available to stream for...
  • Vincent D'Onofrio may lasso 'Magnificent Seven' villain role

    Vincent D'Onofrio may lasso 'Magnificent Seven' villain role
    Vincent D'Onofrio could be headed toward a showdown at high noon with Denzel Washington and his posse. The longtime "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" player is in talks to portray the villain in Sony Pictures and MGM's "Magnificent Seven" remake, The Times...
  • Informe: México exige, y consigue, cambios en el guión de James Bond

    Informe: México exige, y consigue, cambios en el guión de James Bond
    MEXICO, D.F.- Los cambios que México supuestamente buscaba estaban dirigidos a mejorar su imagen y la forma en cómo era representada su población, de acuerdo a un informe realizado por Taxanalysts.com, un sitio web que ofrece información sobre la política...