Berlin Intl. Film Fest topper Dieter Kosslick unveiled Wednesday the full lineup of 22 films competing for this year's Golden Bear, adding five more pics to those already announced.
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Warner Bros. has conjured an April 11 homevid bow for "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." Studio becomes the latest to announce a late 2002 theatrical hit for DVD and VHS release in late…
A horse is a horse, of course of course -- unless that horse is a new version of "Mr. Ed" in active development at Fox via Neal Moritz and Marty Adelstein's Original Television banner.
Only months before its latest animated entry "Finding Nemo" hits theaters, Pixar Animation Studios is developing its potential pic for 2006, which Disney may or may not distrib.
A contingent of Vivendi Universal brass, including chief operating officer Jean-Bernand Levy and chief financial officer Jacques Espinasse, head to Los Angeles today to meet with Viv U entertainment…
In the Directors Guild of America award noms announced Tuesday, Miramax accounted for 2½ of the five nominations. In the litany of thank-yous onstage at the Globes Sunday, one name was mentioned more…
Second-year laffer "Reba" soared to series highs Friday, boosting the WB's comedy block to its best-ever showing on the night in key demos.
The Screen Actors Guild fired one of its top Latino execs last week, highlighting a continuing problem for the guild with its minority employees.
Comic thesp Martin Short has signed with William Morris Agency for representation in all areas.
The American Cinema Editors board of directors has tapped veteran editors John Burnett and Tom Rolf to receive Lifetime Career Achievement Awards.