NBC couldn't have asked for a better Christmas present from its "Friends." The Peacock dipped deep into its pockets this weekend and agreed to pay Warner Bros. TV $10 million an episode for another…
Markets & Festivals
Cueing a massive weekend overseas, "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" shattered industry opening records Wednesday in 10 of its 14 markets.
As his character Frodo Baggins gets closer to the dark mountains of Mordor in "The Two Towers," Elijah Wood is headed for "The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind."
It was a busy week at the William Morris Agency, where the holiday season came to a close with a rash of last-minute signings and promotions.
The makers of 1998 comedy "The Opposite of Sex" are looking to consummate a stage musical. Writer-director Don Roos and producer Michael Besman are working with playwright-director Rob Roth and…
News Corp. and Liberty Media may be combining forces to bid for a larger chunk of Hughes than previously believed as the race for control of Hughes Electronics' DirecTV goes into full swing.
Warner Bros. is closing a deal to become the domestic distributor of "Alexander the Great," a move that allows Intermedia to greenlight its epic for a June start, with Oliver Stone directing and…
Pat Wyatt, president of Fox homevideo and consumer products, has resigned to start up an indie film production and financing company specializing in Japanese-style animated programming produced…
Entertainment public relations and marketing firm Marleah Leslie & Associates has established a permanent office in Gotham.
ABC casting guru Keli Lee has been handed keys to the senior vice president's office.