1. China b.o. hauls in $615 mil in five months
  2. Two join 'House at the End of the Street'
  3. Hammer Films nabs spec script 'Wake'
  4. Focus' 'Biutiful' sells well internationally
  5. Joseph Fiennes, Eva Green join 'Camelot'
  6. David Arquette short to open Hollyshorts
  7. Rome Film Fest to pay tribute to Ugo Tognazzi
  8. Lorber acquires doc 'Genius Within'
  9. Shanghai Film Festival
  10. CMG racks up pre-sales for thriller 'Blood Out'
  11. Success iffy for West End/Broadway transfers
  12. Vimeo invites submissions for new awards
  13. Plays that flourished and faltered in U.S.
  14. Carrie Fisher's 'Drinking' to be HBO doc
  15. Philip Berk re-elected as HFPA president
  16. The rise of TV's 'Anti-Mom'
  17. Gravitas Ventures inks deal with YouTube
  18. Actresses recall breakout moments from their TV series
  19. David Carradine's widow files wrongful death suit
  20. What's next for some of TV's leading ladies
  21. Q&A: Julianna Margulies
  22. OK Go forms Paracadute Records
  23. Turner revs up ad sales on NASCAR events
  24. NATO sets dates for CinemaCon trade show
  25. 'Shrek' poised to top boxoffice for third time
  26. Taormina Film Festival
  27. Phyllis Platt fills in at CBC
  28. Internet Week starts June 7 in NYC
  29. Imax inks deal with Stellar Cinemas
  30. CTV lineup includes new 'L&O,' 'Dad Says'
  31. UTA ups two agents to partner
  32. Steve Winwood tours for 'Revolutions'
  33. Usher tops Billboard again
  34. Shine Group hires two for global push
  35. Hearst agrees to buy iCrossing
  36. 'Boonmee' headlining Munich fest sidebar
  37. DirecTV CEO promises creativity
  38. Rome fest to honor Ugo Tognazzi
  39. 'Golden Girl' Rue McClanahan dies
  40. U.K. ad revenue to jump due to TV spend
  41. Canwest's Leonard Asper makes last stand
  42. The Hub picks up two original series
  43. Nielsen seeks to raise $1.75 billion in IPO
  44. 'Avatar' sequel could be Cameron's next film
  45. ITV taps radio, Internet exec Fru Hazlitt
  46. Ian George joins Paramount Pictures Int'l
  47. Russian fest Kinotavr set for low-key event