Paramount Pictures and John Goldwyn have set an untitled pic that will team the producer with his director brother, Tony Goldwyn. The film will center around two men from opposite ends of the…
MGM has applied a half-nelson to "Unleashing the Mules," pinning down a spec script deal for an uplifting drama based on blind grappler Deke Edwards, who became a two-time state wrestling champ in…
"Election" author Tom Perrotta's new book, "Little Children," has been sold in a package deal that comes with Perrotta writing the script and "In the Bedroom" helmer Todd Field set to direct.
The TV academy is doing a little spring cleaning, tossing out aging Emmy categories such as outstanding classical music/dance program.
With the February sweeps over, most shows saw an inevitable decline in numbers. Hardest hit during the frame ending March 15 was "Martha Stewart Living."
Forget "The Passion of the Christ." In his role as star of "What Women Want," Mel Gibson harvested a humongous 15 million total viewers for TNT last weekend over the course of four runs of the movie.
Studios have endorsed the DGA's offer to ban most first-time directors from receiving the "film by" credit on features.
Tuning In: Forget "Dawn of the Dead" or "The Passion of the Christ." The scariest, most gut-wrenching production anyone is apt to see next month is "Showbiz Moms," a Bravo documentary series that…
CNN senior exec producer Jim Miller abruptly resigned on Tuesday, less than one year after the cable news net hired him to launch and run evening newsshows "Paula Zahn Now" and "Anderson Cooper 360."
Bravo is upping "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" intern Ross Mathews to host of his own variety show for the cabler.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures