Brillstein Entertainment Partners has hired Stacy O'Neil to open the management/production company's first full-service New York office.
Markets & Festivals
Andrew Gumpert has been upped to president of business affairs and administration for Columbia Pictures.
When it premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "Ballast," Lance Hammer's rough-hewn examination of broken lives in the Mississippi Delta, inspired more than a few excited comparisons to the…
It was CBS' turn to hand out pinkslips Monday, laying off staffers at both CBS Entertainment and CBS Paramount Network TV.
Good movies are subtext," says Leonardo DiCaprio, "they're about what's not said." The "Titanic" star was speaking of what drew him to "Revolutionary Road," one of several intensely character-driven…
Bravo has renewed "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
This year's holiday offering from the Troubadour Theater Company, "It's a Stevie Wonderful Life," is amiable and silly fun even if the first act is more miss than hit. Inspired ad-libs from the…
When it's suggested to director Baz Luhrmann that he's made another modest little movie, the director of "Australia" returns the tongue-in-cheekiness in kind: "Well, you know me," he says. "All…
John Goodman and David Strathairn have signed on for the Roundabout Theater Company's upcoming Broadway revival of "Waiting for Godot."
The roster of investors bilked by Bernard Madoff continued to grow Monday, with Mort Zuckerman and a charity linked to Steven Spielberg among the confirmed victims.