Aaron Spelling's legacy lives on this fall, as the CW -- in an almost serendipitous move -- last month gave an 11th-hour reprieve to longrunning family drama "7th Heaven."
The Shanghai International Film Festival (June 17-25) ended less with a bang than a whimper on Sunday night. Despite the presence of a host of international and domestic stars many of them on the…
Imax has inked a deal with Village Skycity Cinemas to open a venue in Auckland, New Zealand, in time for the day-and-date release of "Superman Returns: An Imax 3D Experience" on Wednesday.
New Line has upped its longtime Internet guru Gordon Paddison to exec VP, new-media marketing. In the newly created post, Paddison will support all divisions of the company in integrating new-media…
A&E senior veep Nancy Dubuc, the programming exec behind "Dog the Bounty Hunter" and "Airline," is about to put her stamp on the rest of A&E Television Networks.
Gerard Butler is in negotiations to star in Screen Gems horror pic "Priest," being directed by "Amityville Horror" helmer Andrew Douglas. Michael De Luca, Sam Raimi, Josh Donen and Mitchell Peck are…
The CW turned in modest numbers in its first upfront, reflecting a market that appears to have fewer advertising dollars overall than last year. The CW, formed from the merger of the WB and UPN…
Adam Sandler continues to click with audiences. Sony's "Click" grossed a solid $40 million, easily taking the No. 1 spot. Pic did, however, come in behind such recent Sandler comedies as last…
Germany's central subsidy body, the Federal Film Board (FFA), did its bit in 2005 to woo reluctant Germans back into cinemas by giving more coin than ever to local pics in 2005.
The comedies "The Pacifier" and "Scary Movie 4" did well in the international box office, but "The Longest Yard" did not. So how to explain what laffers work and what don't overseas?