A&E has said yes to a third season of "Gene Simmons: Family Jewels," upping its order to 24 half-hours from last season's 20. The decision was an easy one: "Jewels" is A&E's second highest rated…
The Quill Awards on Saturday revealed the five nominees in each of 18 categories for which prizes are handed out. Noms in the fiction category are "Brothers," "American Youth," "The Road," "Special…
Kimberly Elise and Nate Parker have joined "The Great Debaters," Denzel Washington's period tale for the Weinstein Co. now lensing in Louisiana.
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Olympic Gold medalist Jonny Moseley has signed a deal with fledgling VOD service the Ski Channel to serve in several capacities, including on-air host and channel spokesman.
Jim Carrey will star in "I Love You Phillip Morris," a dark comedy that was written and will mark the directing debut of Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, the writing team behind "Bad Santa."
Hasbro is picking up its toys and taking them over to the William Morris Agency. The Pawtucket, R.I.-based company, which has been repped by CAA for the past four years, is switching tenpercenteries…
Sony Pictures TV has promoted exec VP Amy Carney to the new post of president of advertiser sales. Carney's No. 1 function is to harvest big bucks from selling the advertising time Sony holds back in…
Tyra Banks could be headed East. Nothing's official yet, but Telepictures is having serious conversations about relocating Banks' eponymous gabber to Gotham.
Tobin Bell, best known for portraying Jigsaw in the "Saw" films, has signed to play the Devil in and exec produce "Highway 61" for British financier Halcyon Pictures and Utah-based Prankster Film Co.
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has announced the five winners of its annual Screenwriters Showcase: Maureen Johnson for "The Boy From Settignano," Andrea McCloud for "Room for Error,"…
After meeting a 13-year-old named Lyda, Sumner Redstone has turned an entire country of in-need children into one of his most personal causes.