Disney's SoapNet has engineered the highest-visibility programming deal in its seven-year history, ponying up more than $30 million for exclusive cable-TV rights to reruns of Warner Bros. dramas "The…
The Mint Theater Company has scored the 2007 Tony Randall Grant, a cool $100,000 to be put toward the org's upcoming production of Leo Tolstoy's little-seen tragedy "The Power of Darkness."
New York Intl. Fringe Fest alum "The Fartiste," which won the fest's 2006 award for tuner, is gearing up for a commercial Off Broadway production this summer.
Two veteran Broadway lawyers, Mark Sendroff and Jason Baruch, have teamed up to form the entertainment law firm Sendroff & Baruch.
Mexican media conglom Televisa has purchased remake rights to Dori Media Group's "Sos mi vida" (You Are the One), the latest foreign adaptation of an Argentine telenovela.
Kevin McKidd ("Rome") has joined "Journeyman," the 20th Century Fox TV drama about a man who travels back in time to fix events -- including his own life. McKidd will next be seen in "Hannibal…
Occupant Films will produce filmmaker Peter Himmelstein's family comedy "Peep World," a script he penned that was selected for the Sundance Directors Lab in 2004.
It was a "very nice" afternoon for 20th Century Fox, which took home top honors for "Borat" at the 44th annual ICG Publicists Awards, held at the BevHilton on Wednesday. Touchstone/ABC's "Ugly Betty"…
Looking for a Memorial Day adventure, Paramount Pictures will release Steven Spielberg’s “Indiana Jones 4” on May 22, 2008.
Dominic Sena will direct Kate Beckinsale in action-thriller “Whiteout,” the first movie to go into production under Joel Silver’s new Dark Castle Entertainment genre label.
Argentina's Gerardo Vallejo, director and writer of "Martin Fierro, ave solitaria," died Feb. 6 in Buenos Aires of lung cancer. He was 65.