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Betsy Rudnick Promoted to VP at Falco Ink

The "Barney's Version" publicist "has worked with us for ten years and is an integral part of our team," says partner Shannon Treusch.

Scenechronize Management System Closes $5 Million in Financing

Director David Semel joins the board of directors, calling it "the future of production."

‘Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop’ Lands Three Buyers in Unique Deal at SXSW

AT&T, Abramorama and Magnolia will distribute the documentary, which centers on the late-night host's post-"Tonight Show" live tour, on multiple platforms.

SXSW Deal Update: A Lot of Action, Not a Lot of Closure

As Monday draws to a close only "El Bulli: Cooking in Progress" has a deal with a number of features close.

TRAILER: New ‘Thor’ With Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth

Here's the latest full trailer for the Kenneth Branagh-directed Marvel Studios release "Thor," with a few myth-out-of-water jokes from co-star Kat Dennings.

SUNDANCE: Roadside Will Release ‘Project Nim’ in Theaters

Several companies were in pursuit of director James Marsh's documentary about a chimp raised by humans.

EXCLUSIVE: Gemma Arterton Lands Lead Role in Paramount’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’

The actress will star opposite Jeremy Renner in the supernatural action movie.

What the Nominees Are Saying About Their Golden Globe Noms

Read reactions from Jim Parsons, Nicole Kidman, Aaron Sorkin, Black Swan producer Scott Franklin -- and more. Constantly updated.

Leslie Mann joins ‘Change-Up’ cast

Leslie Mann has been cast in the Universal comedy "The Change-Up."

SAG OKs negotiating new industrials contract

A Screen Actors Guild national board meeting Saturday resulted in the passage of several negotiation-related motions.

Freestyle inks U.S. rights to ‘Wild Target’

Expanding from its rent-a-system roots, Freestyle Releasing has splashed out a seven-figure sum for U.S. distribution rights to assassin thriller "Wild Target," starring Bill Nighy and Emily Blunt.

Q&A: J.J. Abrams

The writer-director's career goes into warp speed with "Star Trek."