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Village Roadshow Entertainment Secures $480 Million

The $325 million in new capital comes from a consortium of worldwide investors.

‘San Andreas’: Film Review

Dwayne Johnson and Carla Gugino struggle to hold their family together as California splits apart in Brad Peyton's disaster thriller.

Beijing Film Fest: Village Roadshow Pacts With Beijing Hairun for Five Films

Production will begin this year and continue into 2016.

Village Roadshow Looking to Raise $400 Million in New Financing

The company, which has backed 'American Sniper' and 'The Lego Movie,' is aiming to increase its film output.

‘American Sniper’ to Get Domestic Imax Release

The Clint Eastwood war film has been digitally supersized as it eyes more award-season buzz

Lionsgate Relocates International Sales Arm to London

The "Hunger Games" studio leaps across the Atlantic to better feast on world markets.

Aspiring Australian Filmmakers Offered New Fellowship Program

Australians in Film, Village Roadshow and Animal Logic are teaming up to provide internships at their L.A. offices with work in feature development, acquisitions, packaging and production.

Village Roadshow Chief Bruce Berman on Legendary’s Warner Bros. Split and Summer’s Tentpole Disaster (Q&A)

Bruce Berman tells THR he spoke with Thomas Tull before the financier changed partners (and warns "the grass isn't always greener"), talks about the crisis in "dumbed down" movies and why he still…

‘Man of Tai Chi’ Loses Fight for China Box-Office Crown

Keanu Reeves' state-backed, much-hyped action thriller fails to take off during opening weekend, with its share of screenings dropping day by day, falling to fifth on Sunday.

Village Roadshow Promotes Matthew Velkes to COO

In his newly created role, the executive reports to chairman and CEO Bruce Berman.

Village Roadshow First-Half Profit Rises as Key Investors Plan to Sell Stock

The Australian company's theme parks were major growth-drivers, while its film business posted smaller gains.

Warner Bros. Extends $1 Billion-Plus Village Roadshow Deal Through 2017

UPDATED: Studio secures financing for projects; upcoming slate includes "Mad Max: Fury Road" with Charlize Theron and "All You Need Is Kill" with Tom Cruise.