Universal has lifted Bret Johnson to exec VP of physical production.
As presidential candidates increasingly sidle up to media outlets they consider friendly, and cable talking heads sound like PR annexes of political parties, it's no wonder there's a simmering debate…
It was MSNBC's programming triumph of the summer: a pep rally for 15,000 liberals and seven Democratic presidential hopefuls in Chicago's Soldier Field, emceed by the cabler's marquee anchor, Keith…
"Cavemen" isn't the first TV show to evolve out of a commercial. And it's not the first comedy to address racial stereotypes in a not-so-subtle way.
With so many festivals crowded into the fall calendar, and new events emerging every year, the small pool of sought-after films is being siphoned in every direction.
No one claims post-production is a sexy business, but it seems to have found its allure, at least as far as the studios are concerned.
It's going to be a while before Homer comes home.
It's hard to imagine, but the strongest hour of broadcast television is about to get another upgrade this fall.
The studios may be pushing into post, but some investors are betting that in the long run they're not going to stay there -- or at least that there will be plenty of business to go around.
A big market share is great: It gives studio execs bragging rights and, in many cases, determines their bonuses. But market share is far from the whole picture.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures