One of the most buzzed-about docs in Gotham film and television circles comes from an unlikely source: Phil Donahue. The talkshow icon has been entertaining a stream of acquisitions execs from…
Responding to the WGA East's frustration over stalled contract talks, Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) on Friday visited the Gotham newsrooms of CBS-owned 1010-WINS Radio, WCBS-AM 880 Radio, CBS Network…
The Screen Actors Guild has collected $8 million in foreign tax revenues for its members but distributed less than 3% of those funds, according to a guild disclosure.
Bizzers were reassured that the Bangkok Film Market is on course to take place for the fourth time from July 23-25.
Film rights to "Water for Elephants," Sara Gruen's Depression-era circus novel that has climbed atop the paperback bestseller lists, have been optioned by Andrew R. Tennenbaum, a producer of "The…
Universal Pictures and Strike Entertainment have set the scripting team of John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky to write "Brothers of Invention." Strike's Eric Newman and Marc Abraham will produce.
Hollywood scribes saw Guild-covered earnings slide 1.5% last year to $905.8 million in the first decline in five years, due to a 3.2% decrease in compensation for feature writing.
Twentieth TV and FremantleMedia have cleared the new half-hour gameshow "Temptation" in 199 markets reaching 96% of the country.
Robots and Bruce Willis dominated international moviegoing, with "Transformers" beating out "Live Free or Die Hard" for the top overseas spot.
"Gremlins" director Joe Dante can recount endless anecdotes about Roger Corman movies, and with his new project "Trailers From Hell," he'll be sharing a few of them with Web and cell-phone users.
Jonathan Pryce will star alongside Aidan Gillen in the West End revival of David Mamet's "Glengarry Glen Ross." The production, helmed by James Macdonald, is produced by Mark Rubinstein, Ron Kastner…
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