Mischa Barton, Deborah Kara Unger and Cameron Bright will star in "Walled In," a psychological thriller to be the first production financed and produced by Leomax Entertainment.
Markets & Festivals
Peace Arch Entertainment Group has elected Jeffrey Sagansky co-chairman of its board of directors.
Bravo continues moving to the reality-competition beat, ordering a dancing show from the producers of "Project Runway."
Cinepolis CEO Alejandro Ramirez Magana will be feted with the Intl. Achievement Award at ShowEast.
DreamWorks has upped Chip Sullivan to head of publicity, overseeing the company's corporate communications.
Don Cheadle is barking up a new tree. The actor has signed on to co-star in DreamWorks' live-action "Hotel for Dogs."
Expansively, dramatically, magnificently Russian, Nikita Mikhalkov's loose remake of "12 Angry Men" plays like vintage jazz from a veteran band.
WE TV is upping its fear quotient on Saturday nights, buying series "Extreme Ghost Stories" and "Rescue Mediums" to run in a three-hour block with "John Edward Cross Country."
Unlicensed portable broadband devices that Microsoft, Google and other tech companies plan to make and market threaten the future of digital television, a group of broadcasters and media…
Warner Bros. is touting another "Harry Potter" milestone: Top-grossing film franchise worldwide. Ever.
Julie Taymor's flaky, freewheeling jukebox tuner plays like a riff on "Hair" with Fab Four cachet.