• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest

THR Online

Latest News

  1. 'Assembly' first in line for Pusan festival

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    BEIJING -- Chinese director Feng Xiaogang's anti-war film "The Assembly" will open the 12th annual Pusan International Film Festival on Oct. 4, organizers and the film's producers, Huayi Brothers Pictures, said Wednesday.Read more

    • 0
  2. Tropfest sets kid filmmaker offshoot

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    SYDNEY -- Turner Broadcasting's Cartoon Network and Tropfest, Australia's largest short-film festival, on Wednesday unveiled a new offshoot festival aimed at filmmakers 15 years old and under that will launch in February.Read more

    • 0
  3. CRTC postpones CanWest-Alliance hearings

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    TORONTO -- The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on Wednesday postponed public hearings on CanWest Global's pending takeover of Alliance Atlantis Communications following the filing of key documents related to the CAN$2.3 billion ($1.99 billion) purchase.Read more

    • 0
  4. Netflix, New Line go into business with 'Born'

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment and New Line Home Entertainment have acquired North American rights to producer Ricki Lake's childbirth documentary "The Business of Being Born."Read more

    • 0
  5. Hill the new voice for 'Sunday Night Football'

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    Faith Hill will sing the opening theme to NBC's "Sunday Night Football" this season, the network announced Wednesday. (Getty Images photo)Read more

    • 0
  6. Latin Grammys favor Guerra; Martin close

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    Juan Luis Guerra, a veteran star with a flair for innovation, leads with five nominations for the eighth annual Latin Grammy Awards, announced Wednesday.Read more

    • 0
  7. Video charts riding high on 'Hogs' again

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    "Wild Hogs" coasted to another victory on the national video sales and rental charts for the week ending Aug. 26. Hogs" earned another $7.8 million in rental revenue for the week, bringing its total rental take to $17.8 million, or about 10% of its $168.2 million in theatrical earnings.Read more

    • 0
  8. Universal thinks the Who is alright

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    Although theatrical feature films are the lifeblood of the major studios' home entertainment divisions, Universal Studios is venturing out on a tangent with two documentaries on seminal British rock band the Who. (Getty Images photo)Read more

    • 0
  9. Digest: 'Stooges' bow; Bates: Miss 'Misery'

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    All 19 shorts from the Three Stooges' first three years at Columbia Pictures are being released Oct. 30 on DVD by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.Read more

    • 0
  10. BCWW stares digital future in the face

    5:00 am 8/30/2007

    SEOUL -- One of Asia's largest television markets and conferences, Broadcast Worldwide, opened its seventh edition Wednesday, drawing 158 exhibitors from 38 countries.Read more

    • 0
Syndicate content