Peter Pan, the boy who wouldn't grow up, has been dragged into the adult world of federal court. Canadian author Emily Somma has filed suit in San Francisco claiming the characters in "Peter Pan" are…
Markets & Festivals
In its ninth annual state of the industry review, the Federal Communications Commission reported that, once again, cable rates grew well ahead of inflation.
NBC has captured another primetime frame in the key young-adults demo while "CSI"-powered CBS again led in total viewers in a week littered with repeats.
A smart-looking caper movie set in Japan and South Korea, "Round 1" feels like the opening salvo in a hoped-for franchise. First film of former world boxing champion Takanori Hatakeyama is likely to…
Mike Tyson's career may be on the skids but his next fight will get unprecedented simultaneous coverage on pay TV through Showtime and pay per view through In Demand.
The producers of Oscar-winning biopic "Pollock'' sued the foreign distributor Monday in Los Angeles, claiming the company failed to generate "a single dollar of the millions'' it promised.
The National Labor Relations Board has issued an unfair labor practices complaint against Infinity Broadcasting in Detroit.
It was a ducky year for ducats in Hollywood: More movie tickets were sold in the 2002 domestic box office year than in any other year in recent decades.
Liberty Media, tired of regulatory quibbling and snail-paced decision making, took a major step toward extricating itself from European cable, unloading a chunk of its holdings onto a new partner…
A slate of games dripping with playoff implications produced boffo NFL ratings over the weekend, with Fox in particular benefiting from big Gotham turnouts for its beloved Giants and Jets.
Domestic Film DAILY
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Frozen2Daily: $2.5M Cumulative: $98.9M Disney -0.16%
Homefront3Daily: $701,370 Cumulative: $10.9M Open Road 39.42%