Georgia’s new law restricting abortion access is sparking a growing outcry in Hollywood, with some production companies calling for a boycott of the state and others vowing to support the legal battle against the legislation which takes effect in 2020.  At least five companies say they won’t shoot projects in the PeachRead More →

Torstar Corp. had a smaller loss in the first quarter than a year ago as cost reductions and provincial tax credits partly offset weaker revenue from advertising and flyer distribution, the media company said Wednesday. Its loss attributable to shareholders amounted to $7.4 million or nine cents per share. ThatRead More →

Now armed with the upcoming releases of 20th Century Fox, the Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday set forth a shock-and-awe release schedule spanning the next eight years, including the yet-again-postponed Avatar sequels, a new batch of Star Wars releases and Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story adaptation. Since Disney’s $71.3 billion US acquisition of FoxRead More →

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