Nancy Grace, the fiery former prosecutor who has defined Court TV programming for more than a decade, is leaving the network. Grace is leaving her two-hour Court TV show, "Nancy Grace: Closing…
Orlando Bloom will make his West End debut in veteran Brit playwright David Storey's 1969 drama "In Celebration." The play, a Chekhovian-style ensemble drama about three brothers returning home for…
Giuseppe Tornatore's white slavery noir "The Unknown" leads the race for Italy's 51st David di Donatello prizes, with 12 nominations, closely trailed by two other leading contenders.
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Europe's summer season got off to a blazing start this weekend as "Spider-Man 3" delivered on the frenzied hype.
Eager to expand its Internet activities, pay platform Premiere has acquired 65% of Home of Hardware (www.hoh.de), one of Germany's leading online shops for consumer electronics and software.
For the first time in its history, the Cologne Conference film and TV festival — now in its 17th edition — will take place in the fall, separately from the state-sponsored Medienforum…
Reuters Group and Thomson Corp. confirmed Tuesday that they are discussing a combination of their businesses that values Reuters at $17.7 billion.
U.K. paybox BSkyB and Sony Pictures Television Intl. have inked a new movie deal.
All3Media, the U.K. production company owned by private equity group Permira, has completed its takeover of leading German indie TV production group MME Moviement after minority shareholders accepted…
"Sand and Sorrow," the Darfur documentary narrated and exec produced by George Clooney, has been picked up for international sales by Simon Crowe's Velvet Octopus.
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks' HBO limited series "The Pacific" looks to be the first foreign shoot to take advantage of Australia's new tax breaks.