Horror pic "Catacombs" will get its U.S. premiere on Fearnet, the video-on-demand movie service jointly owned by Comcast, Sony Pictures TV and Lionsgate.
Markets & Festivals
The credit crunch is real, some investors are not, and video-on-demand is the hope for the future.
Edward Norton is getting back in the ring with his "Fight Club" partner Brad Pitt.
Sabrina Wind has inked a deal that ups her to exec producer of "Desperate Housewives."
James Purefoy ("Rome") and Judy Davis will topline "Diamonds," a $15 million miniseries just greenlit by Alchemy Television Group.
Love blows, as both DreamWorks and Lionsgate are learning as they push their respective R-rated romantic comedies "The Heartbreak Kid" and "Good Luck Chuck" over the coming weeks.
After a lull, the buying picked up Tuesday at the Toronto Film Festival with some North American purchases. The consensus emerging from the event's 32nd edition is that no title has been a total…
NBC is resurrecting "Blue Blood," the Brett Ratner-Neil Tolkin police drama that had been set up at Fox last year.
Sidney Kimmel has inked a three-pic distribution deal with Canada's Equinoxe that includes breakout Toronto title "Lars and the Real Girl."
New Line Home Entertainment will dip its toes into murky high-def waters Nov. 20 with "Hairspray."
The Evening Before is aiming to raise $2 million in its inaugural go-around Saturday.