In what would be her first onscreen role since 2004’s “Ocean’s Twelve,” Julia Roberts is circling Universal’s “Charlie Wilson’s War.” Roberts is in early talks to board the project with her “Closer”…
Lynn Redgrave's one-woman show, "Nightingale," preems at the New End Theater in London Tuesday. Production, written and directed by Redgrave and starring Caroline John, is based on memories of…
The force was with "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith,'' which was named favorite movie and favorite movie drama at Tuesday night's 32nd annual People's Choice Awards.
Xilam Animation's kids toon series "Shuriken School" bowed on U.K. children's network CiTV Jan. 7. Aimed at 6-11s, "Shuriken" tracks the adventures of a 10-year-old Eixan Kaburagi at an impoverished…
Swiss cinema suffered its worst year in a decade, with admissions down 14% to 15.2 million in 2005 from 17.7 million in 2004.
Broadcast group ProSiebenSat.1 on Tuesday named Guido Bolten new managing director of its Kabel Eins web.
Beijing is planning to introduce at least 1,500 digital screens by 2010 to broaden access to cinema and cut ticket prices, the capital city's culture bureau said Tuesday.
Nigel Pickard, who will ankle this week as ITV's program topper, is expected to announce Wenesday that he will join British independent RDF as head of children's shows.
Could the JT Leroy mystery be solved at Sundance? The reclusive author -- whose identity as an HIV-positive teen street hustler-turned-lit lion has been called into question by recent investigative…
Marvel Studios, which is beginning to produce its own film slate, has upped Kevin Feige to prexy of production, a newly created position.
Rupert Murdoch-backed satcaster BSkyB has unveiled its new broadband and mobile services to fend off tough competition from rival platforms and new media.