Locomotive Entertainment Group, a Gotham-based TV and film shingle led by producer Gabriel Gornell and former Miramax distribution exec Colleen Seldin, has launched with two smallscreen projects.
Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone originally envisioned their service as a way to keep friends updated on activities wherever they happen to be.
Never count a good comedian out. Sandra Bullock recently racked up her best bow by far at age 44, and she did it with a romantic comedy that called upon her to strip down to her birthday suit.
Comedy Central's digital maven has been on a mission ever since he joined the MTV group a few years ago: Reclaim the channel's popular programming online.
"The Daily Show" gig couldn't have come at a better time for Wyatt Cenac.
ason Kaminsky dreams of a career like Sydney Pollack's: acting in addition to producing. Tamara Sayiner just wants to direct. They are just two of the many showbizzers that have gone back to school…
The economy doesn't have World Wrestling Entertainment in a hammerlock, but it has definitely squeezed key revenue drivers such as pay-per-view.
Irving Brecher always had impeccable timing.
Anyone who still believes showbiz is recession-proof ought to have their head examined. The old rules do not apply to the current downturn. This recession has affected media consumption in ways…
Thom Mount's Reliant Pictures has ponied up $300,000 for Todd Berger's script "Isaac Gray, W.D.," an adventure comedy about a witch doctor who uses his power to free patients from evil curses.
On Thursday, Microsoft initiated its first major layoffs and Google took a $1.09 billion charge to reflect the declining value of its investments in other tech firms.