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Hollywood would like to skip spring and head straight to summer.
Indonesians are fighting to keep Hollywood films in local theaters after the Motion Picture Association of America warned that a new tax on foreign-made movies could lead to studios pulling out of the country.
Every year around now, tens of thousands of DVDs of movies still playing in theaters are sent by Hollywood studios to Oscar, Golden Globe and other awards voters.
Johnny Knoxville's crew is again following a box-office release with a digital addendum called "Jackass 3.5."
Hollywood and Bollywood have come together to create a Los Angeles-India Film Council to attract more Indian moviemakers to L.A. _ part of an ongoing effort to spice up relations between the world's largest film markets.
Viacom Inc. said Thursday that it plans to sell the company that developed the "Rock Band" video game franchise, a move that cut the media conglomerate's third-quarter earnings by 59 percent.
Fear has taken hold at the box office with a $41.5 million debut for scary movie "Paranormal Activity 2," according to studio estimates Sunday.
Viacom Inc.'s movie studio, Paramount Pictures, is laying off 53 people worldwide, most of whom are based in Los Angeles, in a move that will save about $10 million a year.
Viacom Inc.'s movie studio, Paramount Pictures, says it is laying off 53 people worldwide, most of whom are based in Los Angeles.