There was also good news for "Farscape" fans out of the Sci Fi Channel TCA sesh on Sunday. The cult-fave 1999-2003 skein, about an average-Joe astronaut’s struggles when he gets flung into a distant…
Pottermania ruled the world as the opening weekend of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" dominated international moviegoing with a socko $190.3 million from more than 12,000 prints.
The doctor has given Michael Moore's docu "Sicko" a good bill of health. Expanding to 756 theaters over the weekend, the Weinstein Co. film made an estimated $2.6 million in its third frame for a…
Jeff Siegel, an MTV veteran, has been tapped by FremantleMedia as VP of home entertainment, effective immediately. He will be charged with managing the company's current catalog in the Americas and…
At a moment when all industry planning seems keyed to a possible strike, talks between Hollywood's talent guilds and their employers are finally about start.
The Multicultural Motion Picture Assn. is now accepting applications for its 15th annual Diversity Awards.
The schism between ICM and Ed Limato, which manifested itself in a parting of the ways on Friday, is already causing ripples within the agency business.
SAG has tapped Jeff Margolis, who has served as exec producer of the SAG Awards since 1999, to produce the next three awards telecasts.
Legal advice does not come cheap, especially if you get caught up in a government investigation.
The Weinstein Co. has picked up North American rights to "Invisible Target," a Hong Kong-China actioner from helmer Benny Chan ("New Police Story").
Ron Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises has bought the remaining 20% of the Slovak Republic's TV Markiza that it didn't already own for 1.9 bil-lion koruna ($79 million).
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