The British Invasion of U.S. airwaves continues, as the nation that brought us a slew of gonzo reality shows is looking to make its mark in that most sacred of American small-screen formats: the…
Markets & Festivals
Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to "For Whom the Bell Tolls," and the studio will pay David Benioff north of seven figures to adapt the classic Ernest Hemingway novel.
The fate of the Primetime Emmy Awards -- and perhaps the entire television academy -- might be decided tonight. Although calmer heads may eventually prevail, net execs were steadfast in their resolve…
Orlando Bloom will star in "Troy," the adaptation of "The Illiad" being directed by Wolfgang Petersen for Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures.
Fox has given a vote of confidence to frosh dramas "Fastlane" and "John Doe," picking up full seasons of both.
A clever marketing gimmick for MGM's James Bond juggernaut is providing a high-profile demo for a new technology that could create markets for promotional and one-time-rental DVDs.
APG has optioned Jane Heller's latest novel, "The Secret Ingredient," for Jamie McGurk and Dey Young's Off Balance Prods.
New York Women in Communication has announced its 2003 Matrix Awards honorees.
Vanessa L. Williams is developing a half-hour comedy series with NBC Studios for the Peacock network. Deal is for Williams to star as a Broadway actress who returns to her small hometown to teach…
In a mid-six against seven-figure deal, New Line has bought an untitled pitch for a thriller to be scripted by Jason Rothenberg and Bill Robinson. Cathy Konrad will produce.
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