Anna Kendrick wanted to be Natalie right away.
From "Baby Carlos" bonking his head on a cab door in "The Hangover" to Sacha Baron Cohen retrieving "Baby O.J." at the LAX baggage carousel in "Bruno," this year's R-rated films appear to put tots…
Bill Hayes thinks of himself as "the anti-producer producer." The Figure 8 Prods. prexy doesn't believe in meddling with his subjects. His m.o.: "Let the subjects speak for themselves and focus on…
"Hannah Montana: The Movie," "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie," "The Cheetah Girls: One World," "Cinderella 3: A Twist in Time." With a resume featuring dozens of such credits, Berendsen could be…
Golden Globes pins its hopes on naughty but nice Ricky Gervais.
Scorsese pushes boundaries by crafting tales of breaking limits.
In the tortuous world of specialty film financing, some are contorting themselves even further.
In a grimly and rapidly decling economic climate where few industries can clearly forecast their futures, the business of TV is no different and the overall pricing impact going into Mipcom remains…
Thom Beers loves telling the story of the everyman, making it a staple among reality series.
RDF Media USA CEO Chris Coelen has been captivated by real people for as long as he can remember.
PBS comes to the fall 2009 TV season with the varied programming that viewers expect -- starting with a new documentary by longtime collaborator Ken Burns.