The Prism Awards, which have saluted accurate depictions of drug, alcohol and tobacco use in entertainment since their inception in 1997, will be televised this year on FX.
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U.S. distribs in Egypt are bracing for an anti-American backlash to Hollywood films as the war in Iraq continues.
A semblance of regular programming has returned to the broadcast nets, but the onset of war made for some choppy viewing patterns last week.
To hear guests at the Governors Ball tell it, Michael Moore might have had the briefest gap between career high and career low in show business history.
NBC and its sister network Bravo have bought the shared window to "Chicago," announcing the deal on the day the film racked up six Academy Awards, including best picture.
DreamWorks is negotiating with Richard Price to script a remake of the 1952 Akira Kurosawa film "Ikiru" as a starring vehicle for Tom Hanks.
Fox has ordered the pilot presentation "The Afterlife," a digitally animated project from Threshold Entertainment's Larry Kasanoff ("Mortal Kombat").
The WB has discovered the joy of six. Frog has given early pickups to a half-dozen scripted series, including a two-year renewal for Aaron Spelling- produced stalwart "7th Heaven" that will take the…
Some serious heavy hitters are hoping to make the convergence between the entertainment and advertising industries a little easier.
Artisan Entertainment, recently made much more fetching after sprucing up its balance sheet, has hired Allen & Co. to review offers of interest for the film company.