Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. brought in investors and sold foreign rights to “Ender’s Game,” buffering the independent film studio against potential losses from the science-fiction film opening in theaters today.
Shortly after the U.S. government shutdown ended, President Barack Obama declared that he wanted immigration legislation back on Congress’s agenda, with the goal of passage by year’s end. Some fellow Democrats are in no hurry.
Walt Disney Co., after losing $200 million on the sci-fi film “John Carter,” is mounting a superhero-style marketing campaign to ensure its next big-budget movie, “Marvel’s The Avengers,” is a blockbuster.
A bipartisan group of U.S. House members has reached a tentative agreement on a comprehensive revision of the U.S. immigration system, according to three lawmakers, as a Senate committee proceeds with its own plan.