"Law & Order" and its multiple extensions have helped power NBC's primetime ratings for 17 years now, but this fall, Dick Wolf's franchise will face its toughest test -- scaling Mount Thursday.
Entertainment One, the Canadian video distributor with aggressive plans to expand into the international theatrical biz, has named Patrice Theroux prexy of its new filmed entertainment division.
Rogue Pictures has optioned Jeremy Passmore's thriller spec "Summer's End" for Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes to produce.
Channing Tatum and Dito Montiel, star and director, respectively, of "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints," will reteam on a feature about underground street fighting for Rogue.
Fox is shaking up its fall schedule, putting "New Amsterdam" on ice and keeping "Don't Forget the Lyrics" on air through the fall.
"Spider-Man 3" will swing onto homevideo in six different ways -- including two Blu-ray disc sets -- on Oct. 30.
The planned acquisition of teen site Bolt by online-video company GoFish has been called off, as Bolt continues to face a lawsuit from Universal Music Group.
A Los Angeles jury Thursday awarded producers Alan Ladd Jr. and Jay Kanter precisely the $3.2 million in damages on their allocation claim against Warner Bros. that attorney John Gatti asked for in…
Vidgame publishers Activision and Midway reported solid earnings Thursday, while Electronic Arts got a bump in its stock price as investors improved their view of the earnings it reported Wednesday.
U.S. home video distributor FUNimation Entertainment has acquired North American and Latin American rights to "Vexille," Shochiku's sci-fi toon.
On the heels of its acquisition of environmental outfit TreeHugger.com, Discovery Communications is expanding its Web presence with plans to stream full-length episodes of selected series.