Larry Katz, previously at Morgan Creek Prods. from 1990-98, has returned to the shingle as senior VP of development.
Even movie blurbmeisters apparently are not safe from broadcast decency standards. An ad for the Weinstein Co.'s "Hannibal Rising" that aired late in Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast underwent a…
Kids and the elderly were the big winners at the 38th Film Week, Hungary's annual cinema festival, which ended Tuesday. "Iska's Journey," Csaba Bollok's gripping and dark portrait of street children…
Cable giant Comcast has partnered with Facebook, the college community-oriented Web site, to give young people who love to document their lives on video the chance to become TV stars.
Ozzy isn't sick, he just wants to give back. This year's OzzFest will be free, Sharon Osborne said Tuesday at a press conference in Los Angeles.
The Writers Guild of America has taken the first formal step toward the bargaining table, tapping 17 scribes as members of its negotiating committee.
Portuguese-Canadian pop star Nelly Furtado, Toronto hip-hop artist k-os and Toronto rockers Billy Talent lead the race for the Juno Awards, the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy Awards, with five…
Nickelodeon has tapped Justin Timberlake to host its 20th annual Kids' Choice Awards.
Frankie Laine, the big-voiced singer whose string of hits made him one of the most popular entertainers in the 1950s, died of heart failure Tuesday in San Diego, Calif. He was 93.
Time is up for "The Vertical Hour." The Broadway play starring Julianne Moore will end its limited engagement March 11, three weeks ahead of the skedded April 1 closing.
Variety.com has launched Digital Variety, an online reproduction of Daily Variety. Web users can turn electronic "pages" and see a version of the layout of each page in the Daily edition -- where…