Hard Sell: Five years ago, aspiring filmmakers arrived at the Sundance Film Festival expecting to network with studio execs and bask in the attention of the Hollywood press. Today they can count on…
Logo, the network aimed at a gay audience, has greenlit a new comedy series to be co-exec produced by Rosie O'Donnell. Show, tentatively titled "Simply Sketch," will be a hotchpotch of live and taped…
Beyond Films has picked up international sales rights to "Dragnet" and "Almost Adult," two pics about immigration. "Dragnet," starring Robert Carlyle, Gary Lewis and Martin Compston, tells the tragic…
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ABC got off to a sluggish start for its Heather Graham romantic comedy "Emily's Reasons Why Not," which was trampled by CBS' "Two and a Half Men" on an overall strong night for the Eye.
Nine world, three international and two Euro preems feature in the final lineup of competish pics at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
There is life after the Mouse, apparently. Meet Michael Eisner, talkshow host. The former chairman-CEO of Walt Disney Co., who stepped down in September, has signed with CNBC to host a bimonthly…
European Film Promotion has unveiled the 21 emerging thesps who have been selected as 2006 Shooting Stars. The hopefuls will be showcased at a series of events taking place on the opening weekend of…
Helmer Bjorn Runge's "Mouth to Mouth" scooped seven nominations for Sweden's premier film awards, the Guldbagges (Golden Bugs), Monday.
"Brokeback Mountain" was named top film at the 11th annual Broadcast Film Critics Association's Critics' Choice awards on Monday night. Pic also earned the director nod for Ang Lee, while co-star…
Quarterback Matt Leinart has signed with CAA. The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback has just become the first team-sports celeb to join the movie star roster of Creative Artists Agency.