Independent producer Michael R. Barnard has won the film and TV rights to the 1990 best-seller "A Venom in the Blood," the story of the nations' first husband-and-wife serial killers.
Nearly two dozen protesters, upset about what they perceive as censorship by PBS, picketed outside the Loew's Santa Monica Beach Hotel yesterday, where the public TV service was kicking off the…
In a move to expand its growing international comedy franchise, Just For Laughs has named former IMAX veep Andre Picard to head its European headquarters in Paris.
Remember the old joke about the actress who was so dumb she slept with the writer? Well, it's becoming a smarter move.
Oliver Stone, David Zucker and Jane Alexander are among a growing list of industry veterans who are organizing to protest what they say are censorship practices by the Public Broadcasting System.