The dramatic rescue of former POW Jessica Lynch played like something out of a movie -- and soon it will be just that. NBC is fast-tracking development on a two-hour telepic detailing Lynch's…
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NBC plans to stay pals with "Friends" star David Schwimmer, even after the network's signature show ends its 10-season run next year.
If the war in Iraq becomes a grueling, weeks-long slog, there may be a consolation prize for local film crews: a reduction in runaway production.
Warner Bros. is releasing four Barbra Streisand titles on DVD for the first time.
Budget cuts, closings and scandal have rendered some U.S. commission offices dark or, at least, dim. Massachusetts shuttered its doors on the heels of its Boston office closing last year and Ohio's…
The global music industry continues to watch sales plummet and regardless of what is in the marketplace, the blame remains squarely on digital pirates.
Columbia Pictures and Red Wagon Prods. plan to produce the studio's first movie musical in three decades and have tapped 23-year-old Jon M. Chu to direct an update of the 1960 tuner "Bye Bye Birdie."
Warner Home Video threw an elaborate bash Tuesday for the international homevid launch of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" at Leavesden Studios, where third pic in the series is being filmed.
Kirk Douglas was the star attraction at Monday night's post-preem party for "It Runs in the Family" at MGM vice chairman Chris McGurk's BevHills abode.
Closing in on "Gunsmoke" as the longest-running primetime drama series in U.S. TV history, "Law & Order" celebrated its 300th episode Tuesday with a cocktail party for cast, crew and a bevy of execs…