1. Nicholas Hoult joins 'Mad Max' movie
  2. DreamWorks nabs 'Eat, Sleep, Poop'
  3. Martin Henderson joins ABC's 'Off the Map'
  4. More specs making it to pilot stage
  5. Mel Gibson in talks to join 'Cold Warrior'
  6. Fox greenlights Ron Howard pilot
  7. Indie film world gets boost at Sundance
  8. Quincy Jones re-recording 'World'
  9. ABC Family gives 'Huge' series order
  10. Special Report: Payroll
  11. ABC to televise 'Bachelor' wedding
  12. 'Poltergeist' actress Zelda Rubinstein dies
  13. MRC ups Joe Hipps to vp in TV division
  14. Author, activist Howard Zinn dies
  15. Warners taps int'l film acquisitions chief
  16. Fox News Channel tops USA in cable ratings
  17. Seth MacFarlane to host WGA Awards in L.A.
  18. Apple's iPad not a game-changer in music
  19. 'Gamer' scores win on video charts
  20. 'Heroes' actor booked for DUI
  21. Blige, Bocelli to perform for Haiti at Grammys
  22. Kit Redmond taking over RTR Media
  23. Quincy Jones, John Mayer to headline expo
  24. Taylor Swift breaks female download record
  25. Script shortcuts sure path to development hell
  26. Time Warner Cable, Scripps ink deals
  27. Netflix sets Q4 subscription record
  28. 'Hope for Haiti' tops Billboard 200
  29. Jay Leno hasn't spoken to Conan O'Brien
  30. Elisabeth Murdoch touts social networking
  31. ABC cancels 'Ugly Betty'
  32. Facebook back in the doghouse
  33. Geoffrey Ammer joins Relativity Media
  34. Analysis: iPad may underwhelm showbiz
  35. New 'Nikita' set for CW
  36. Eddie Izzard to host Spirit Awards
  37. 'Kids Are All Right' sells at Sundance
  38. MPAA ratings: Jan. 27, 2010
  39. Steve Jobs introduces Apple's iPad tablet
  40. Joe Hipps promoted at Media Rights Capital
  41. Jennifer Lopez joins 'How I Met Your Mother'
  42. Canadian investor eyes U.S. media assets
  43. E1 takes U.S. rights to 'La Dolce Vita'
  44. China reiterates screen limits for foreign films
  45. Just a minute with Vidya Balan
  46. Baidu beats labels in second court ruling
  47. Warner Bros. to buy U.K. studio
  48. Michael Carrington appointed at Turner
  49. Comedy short competition launched in U.K.
  50. U.K. Film Council backs India program