The home entertainment market steadied itself in the first half of the year, regaining traction that was lost beginning in 2005. For 2006, consumer spending was flat at $10.2 billion through June 18…
Rank Title (Label/Distribution) Street Date 1 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Buena Vista) April 4 2 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire…
The bloom is off the Rose d'Or Festival, and next year's event in Lucerne, Switzerland, will be pruned back because of financial shortfalls.
Sanaa Hamri will direct Iraqi war drama "Dreams of a Dying Heart" for Focus Features. Kristin Harms and Larry Kennar are producing via Harms Way Prods. and Code Entertainment, respectively.
"A Stone Carver," a play by William Mastrosimone, head writer of TNT miniseries "Into the West," will have a commercial run this summer at Off Broadway's Soho Playhouse.
The Pasadena Playhouse will name its 99-seat house the Carrie Hamilton Theater in honor of Carol Burnett's late daughter. The theater will be renovated and eventually produce programs that will…
With absolutely huge tracking numbers for Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” — more than 50% of those polled in one survey said it’s their first choice pic to see this weekend — a…
Doug Liman and Denise Di Novi are teaming to produce Venetian mystery "Vaporetto 13," based on Italian author Robert Girardi's novel of the same name.
Fox will chalk up a record $25 million in ad revenues for its telecast of the 77th annual baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday. Fueling the demand for the 30-second spots are the stepped-up ratings for…
After making its first film deal on a Biblical epic about Jesus Christ from a book by gothic horror novelist Anne Rice, faith-based media company Good News Holdings is hatching a horror franchise.
Helmer Guillermo del Toro's Cannes competition player "El laberinto del fauno" (Pan's Labyrinth) will open the 39th Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia on Oct. 6.