The Writers Guild of America has selected "Deliver Us From Evil," "The Heart of the Game," "Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos," "Who Killed the Electric Car?" and…
A bipartisan quartet of lawmakers on Thursday reintroduced a 2006 digital music protection bill left over from the last Congress. Sens. Dianne Feinstein, Lindsey Graham, Joseph Biden and Lamar…
Alice Coltrane, a keyboardist, harpist and composer who also managed the legacy of her late husband John Coltrane, died Friday of respiratory failure. She was 69.
The ownership status of TV Cabo, Portugal's largest pay TV operator, was up in the air Friday after its current owner, Portugal Telecom, rejected an E11 billion ($14.2 billion) hostile takeover bid…
Southern Star Intl. will rep animated series "G2G: Got to Go" at the upcoming Mip.
Twentieth Century Fox and its On Demand Group have inked a multi-year PPV movie licensing agreement with Germany's largest cable operator Kabel Deutschland.
Deepa Mehta's "Water" will be released in the land of the helmer's birth several years after Hindu fundamentalists shut down production of the pic and threatened her.
Sony and Screen Gems stomped on skeptics as their pic "Stomp the Yard," grossed $22 million over the three-day frame, knocking 20th Century Fox's "Night at The Museum" from the top spot for the first…
Music conglom EMI announced a restructuring program designed to save the company $215 million in incremental annual cost savings. EMI created the plan, which included the dismissal of two top execs…
If everything went smoothly over the Martin Luther King Day holiday weekend, CAA should open for business on Jan. 16 in its new digs in Century City.
The Sundance Film Festival is familiar territory for Tom Bernard and Michael Barker; they've been buying movies there since the fest started. But this year, Sony Pictures Classics will approach Park…