Sunset Gower Studios, site of Columbia Pictures for decades, will honor Hollywood veteran Abby Singer on May 17, dedicating the Directors' Building in his name.
NBC Sports is making its own Run for the Roses this year at the 133rd Kentucky Derby, upping its race coverage to two hours and, for the first time, adding red-carpet coverage.
Nash Entertainment is feeling jolly about "Christmas in July," a pic about the convention of professional Santas that takes place each July in Branson, Mo.
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Columbia Pictures has optioned upcoming Antony Moore novel "The Swap" and will turn it into a comedy for John Calley to produce. Protag is an out-of-shape comicbook dealer whose feelings of…
Based on a 15-page treatment, Kopelson Entertainment partners Arnold and Anne Kopelson have paid high-six figures for screen rights to the upcoming Michael Scott novel "Otherworld." The Kopelsons…
Twentieth TV have given a firm go for strips "Divorce Court" and "Judge Alex" through the 2008-09 TV season. The syndie distributor's prexy and chief operating officer, Bob Cook, announced the…
Renew Media announced the recipients of this year's Media Artists Fellowships on Tuesday night at Gotham's American Academy of Art.
Ed Burns will star in "27 Dresses" for Fox 2000 and Spyglass. Burns joins Katherine Heigl, James Marsden and Malin Akerman in the comedy to be directed by Anne Fletcher. Shooting begins this summer.
A day after the U.S. trade representative said China, India and Thailand were on its Priority Watch List of countries where intellectual-property piracy is rampant, the Chinese fired back, saying…
GreeneStreet Films has optioned "The Contortionist's Handbook," a 2002 suspense novel by Craig Clevenger, published by MacAdam/Cage domestically and by HarperCollins in the U.K.
NBC's "The Office Webisodes," Eepybird.com's "Extreme Diet Coke and Mentos Experiments" and National Geographic Digital Media's "Atmosphere 2006" were among the honorees of the inaugural Webby Film…