Because of last year's Olympic Winter Games, it's hard to compare Gotham news races in February 2006 and 2007. But one thing is clear from the recent sweep: WABC is the ratings winner across the…
Netflix's theatrical distribution arm Red Envelope has taken North American rights to Brazilian Berlinale hit "Antonia" from Spanish sales consortium 6 Sales.
Shirley MacLaine and Olympia Dukakis are headed for a grandma gang, toplining “Poor Things” with Ash Baron Cohen directing. MacLaine will also produce with Rob Hickman through his newly minted Still…
Danny Boyle will direct “Ponte Tower,” a thriller set entirely in one of Africa’s tallest skyscrapers. The 54-story cylindrical Ponte Tower in Johannesburg, South Africa, was a powerful symbol of…
China Film Group Thursday confirmed that it will take outright control of three mainland Chinese multiplexes previously jointly owned by Warner Bros Int'l Cinemas and SZITIC Commercial Property Co.
Digital TV subscriptions in China reached 12 million at the end of 2006, up from 6.5 million, according to a statement from the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television.
"Lost" co-exec producers Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have inked a mid-seven figure overall deal that will keep them on the ABC Television Studio island through 2010.
ABC is readying its own twist on "The Biggest Loser," pacting with "Supernanny" producer Ricochet to adapt the Blighty format "Too Big to Walk?"
Paul Walker is set to star in "The Heaven Project," an independently financed thriller to be directed by John Glenn, who wrote the script.
For years, the NAACP Image Awards' podium was the only venue for black actors to make acceptance speeches. Recently, it's just as often been used for encores. Coming after a record five black…
"The NAACP believes in diversity, and our show is multicultural from an African-American point of view," says Vicangelo Bulluck, exec producer of the NAACP Image Awards. "We have a unique…