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  • Colbie Caillat flips into L.A.'s top real estate deals

    Colbie Caillat flips into L.A.'s top real estate deals
    The homes of a music producer, a “Star Trek” actor and a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter were among the top residential real estate sales in the Greater Los Angeles area this last week. $7.662 million, Beverly Hills This Spanish-...
  • Warner Bros. pushes 'Pan' from summer to fall for 'breathing room'

    Facing a crowded summer blockbuster season, Warner Bros. has decided to move its live action Peter Pan film to the fall.  "Pan," directed by Joe Wright and starring Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara and Amanda Seyfried, is now set for Oct. 9, instead of July...
  • Ex-Disney studio chief launches new Burbank-based entertainment company

    Ex-Disney studio chief launches new Burbank-based entertainment company
    In Hollywood's latest big-money deal with China, former Walt Disney studio chairman Dick Cook on Monday launched his own entertainment company with $150 million from a Chinese investment group, the Los Angeles Times reports. The new L.A.-based entity,...
  • Lego Batman, 'Lego Movie Sequel' release dates move up, 'Ninjago' pushed

    Warner Bros. has blocked out new dates for the next three movies in its "Lego" animated franchise. The studio's yet-untitled Lego Batman movie will open Feb. 10, 2017, a few months earlier than its previously planned release in May of that year. The...
  • Ex-Disney studio chief launches new company with $150 million from China

    Ex-Disney studio chief launches new company with $150 million from China
    In Hollywood's latest big-money deal with China, former Walt Disney studio chairman Dick Cook on Monday launched his own entertainment company with $150 million from a Chinese investment group. The new L.A.-based entity, called Dick Cook Studios, will...
  • Festival of Books: Producer Brian Grazer's advice for success -- create ideas

    Festival of Books: Producer Brian Grazer's advice for success -- create ideas
    Long before film and TV producer Brian Grazer met with the likes of Steve Jobs, Barack Obama or Fidel Castro, he was a wildly curious child, full of questions. Once, when he was 5 years old, he was sitting in his Grandma Sonia’s convertible, and a...
  • 'Furious 7' crosses $1 billion at worldwide box office

    'Furious 7' crosses $1 billion at worldwide box office
    "Furious 7" is joining the billion-dollar box-office club in record time.  The Universal Pictures blockbuster is set to cross the $1-billion worldwide box-office mark in just 17 days, the studio said Friday. It's the fastest film to reach the...
  • Stan Freberg, master of comedy parodies and commercials, dies at 88

    Stan Freberg, master of comedy parodies and commercials, dies at 88
    Stan Freberg, an influential master of the lampoon who channeled his off-the-wall sensibility into groundbreaking radio shows, comedy albums and hundreds of humorous television commercials for products such as chow mein and prunes, died of natural...
  • Warner Bros., Lego team up on interactive game

    Capitalizing on the success of its hit "Lego Movie" franchise, Warner Bros. on Thursday unveiled a new interactive game with Lego Group that that marks its foray into the lucrative "toys to life" category. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT...
  • Hollywood & Broadway: Studios rush to the stage despite clashing business models

    When Hollywood merges with Broadway, there are always fender-benders. Just ask Harvey Weinstein. As the movie aficionado and awards maven steered "Finding Neverland," his first venture as a lead theater producer, toward the Great White Way, eyebrows...
  • LACMA reframes its future with growing Hollywood ties

    LACMA reframes its future with growing Hollywood ties
    The guest list for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's 50th anniversary gala Saturday night might easily be mistaken for that of a Hollywood awards show. Studio executives Robert Iger of Walt Disney Co., Michael Lynton of Sony Entertainment and...