John Cusack has been tapped to receive the star of the year award at exhib confab ShowEast, which unspools today in Orlando, Fla.
Mark Steines is staying put at "Entertainment Tonight," inking a new multiyear deal with CBS Television Distribution to remain as co-anchor of the long-running syndie showbiz magazine.
Revenue from ads on movie screens reached $455.7 million in 2006, up 15% from $394.8 million in 2005, according to a report out today from the Cinema Advertising Council.
Lionsgate will develop a feature about the formative years of theoretical physicist, mathematician and 20th century icon Albert Einstein.
The Wall Street funds that have poured more than $10 billion into Hollywood film-slate financing during the past two years are now bracing for a day of reckoning, or so goes the conventional wisdom…
Taylor Hackford will direct Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci in "Love Ranch," a drama about a couple who opened the first legal brothel in Nevada and the violence that resulted when their relationship was…
At least six people were killed Sunday when a bomb exploded at a cinema in Ludhiana, in the Punjab region of India, according to police.
Fox Television Studios has beefed up its ranks, recruiting former Spike TV scripted programming head Pancho Mansfield and two others.
The plethora of specialty pics this fall is having a Darwinian effect on the limited-release scene. Fewer pics are evolving from their opening-weekend splashes into durable players.
As Broadway producers went into the weekend assuring theatergoers that the show would go on despite stalled labor talks, the stagehands union called a strike vote set for Sunday.
Al Gore talked about global warming for years, but it wasn't until ``An Inconvenient Truth'' picked up an Oscar that Gore's advocacy on the issue became a media sensation.