M. Night Shyamalan has fired UTA, the agency that repped him for a decade, to sign with CAA. The move comes after Shyamalan's latest film, "Lady in the Water," grossed $42 million for Warner Bros.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will honor Warren Beatty with the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the Golden Globe Awards in January.
The final performance edition of this season's "Dancing With the Stars" delivered monster ratings Tuesday night for ABC, racking up the second-best scores to date for the skein and attracting the…
The Weinstein Company has entered an unusual deal with Blockbuster that will make the vidtailer the exclusive rental outlet for all Weinstein Company releases.
NBC Universal TV Group prexy Randy Falco has flown the coop to become chairman and CEO of Time Warner's AOL division. Falco succeeds Jon Miller, who began the process of converting AOL from a…
Beta Cinema and Tele Munchen Group on Wednesday announced a slew of deals inked at and after the recently wrapped American Film Market. Beta said it had signed about 30 licensing contracts, including…
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts has launched a short film competish designed to get the public to engage more with filmmaking.
Tele Munchen Group announced Wednesday it had acquired German language rights to a batch of pics in the works in deals completed since AFM.
U.K. hybrid broadcaster Channel 4 will bow its VOD service on Dec. 6 in what CEO Andy Duncan claims will be a "global first" for a broadcaster.
James Bond is fighting fit and ready to team up with Borat to blow B.O. takings in Blighty sky high.
Accounting fraud in its Brazilian affiliate contributed to EMI Group reporting lower profits and revenues Wednesday in its interim financials for the six months ended Sept. 30.