Always eager to get behind a "Lost" or "Desperate Housewives" first, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has a history of championing praiseworthy new shows, often before mainstream TV watchers take…
The influence of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has rarely been questioned, but some wonder if its hard-earned credibility under current president Philip Berk has been gained at the expense of the…
The TBS web and online shopping giant Rakuten opted Thursday to put off tie-up talks for a month.
For movie marketers, fall is the most transitional of seasons. Consumed in summertime by "quadrants," focus groups and quick-hitting promotional bombardment in service of wide openings of light and…
Ben Karlin is leaving his post as exec producer of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" at the end of the year.
While Kazakhstan tabloid Karavan voted "Borat" best pic of the year, the Sacha Baron Cohen laffer is getting no love in the Mideast: "Borat" has been banned by censors in every Arab country except…
Alleging that he has yet to see a dime in profit from 10-year-old Oscar-winning film "The English Patient," producer Saul Zaentz has sued Miramax and Disney, saying he's owed at least $20 million.
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Basking in the glow of the biggest box office success of his career with "The Departed," Martin Scorsese is now taking on medieval France.
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment has signed Tarsem ("The Cell") to direct political thriller "Unthinkable," with Kimmel and Cotty Chubb producing.
HBO has signed Michael Tolkin to an exclusive overall deal calling for the novelist-screenwriter to develop and supervise series projects.
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