Only one new movie this week, but the horror film ‘Incarnate’ barely registered with those buying tickets for the silver screen.
Both sides drop in their final words before a judge decides how and if a copyright lawsuit against the ‘independent’ Star Trek fan-film moves forward.
The move puts the Ridley Scott film in direct competition with ‘Baywatch’ after Paramount abandoned its Terminator sequels.
The move comes five years after Paramount Pictures opted not to move forward with a film project of its own as a follow to Universal’s 1984 movie.
There are enough obstacles preventing CBS and Viacom from merging into one company again. But a new debate could erupt over the new name.
A production mistake by the plaintiffs allowed some of the Axanar case’s ‘confidential’ details to be released.
Dean Devlin cites a number of factors, including the mess that MGM has been in recently. But some suggest the failure of ‘ID4: Resurgence’ didn’t help.
Both sides in the Star Trek copyright infringement suit want to end the case early in their own favor as new fan-film details emerge.
Forget the Seth Rogen version of the franchise from a few years ago. Gavin O’Connor has a much different approach in mind.
David Gerrold, the writer of the classic ‘Star Trek’ episode ‘The Trouble With Tribbles,’ is one of the named defendants in the copyright lawsuit.
The cure to solve Paramount’s box office woes? According to its outgoing leader, another installment of Transformers.
Paramount Pictures desperately needs a hit after a tough year where only ‘Star Trek: Beyond’ amounted to much of anything at the box office.
Wanda Group out of Beijing ponied up a whopping $1 billion for the company behind the Golden Globes awards, and Miss America.
The fallen angel will get her own big screen adventure, with Goldsman eyeing the director’s chair.
The studio inherited the project after purchasing DreamWorks Animation earlier this year.