Helmers Friday searched for explanations and appropriate reactions to the rapid recent crash of the "Korean Wave," the phenomenal surge of popularity which for a few years made Korean movies the…
This summer, production begins in Los Angeles on Glamour magazine's third series of Reel Moments, three short films directed by Hollywood insiders.
Two successful syndicated off-network series, Buena Vista TV's "Scrubs" and Warner Bros. Domestic TV's "Without a Trace," have picked up two-year renewals.
ABC Family has greenlit the TV movie "The Circuit," which stars Billy Campbell ("The 4400") as a fading stock car racer.
Last year, after the smash success of "Guitar Hero," Activision acquired the game's publisher, RedOctane, giving it rights to the music-simulation franchise's name, while MTV bought its developer…
Shoreline Entertainment has optioned the film rights to adult indie comicbook "The Living Corpse," created by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson.
Is Richard Saperstein the president of production of Dimension Films... or isn't he? When Daily Variety formally asked the company last week if Saperstein had been dismissed, the studio issued an…
Goodnight Film has begun production in Connecticut on supernatural thriller "The Other Side of the Tracks," starring Brendan Fehr ("Roswell" and "CSI: Miami") and Tania Raymonde ("Lost").
Swedish production company Bringiton and China Entertainment Television have developed shopping reality show "Big Time Spender," making Bringiton one of the rare Euro players in China.
Universal and Tribeca partners Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal will make a film about the rise of Mao Zedong and communism in China, using as a resource one of the only Western journalists on the…
At Sunset Gower Studios, going green starts with the little things. The 86-year-old studio -- formerly headquarters for Columbia Pictures and filming location for films like "It Happened One Night"…
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