Without the holiday-weekend bump of the previous sesh, Broadway biz fell off a bit for Week 20 (Oct. 10-16). Grosses totaled $15,228,522 for the 26 shows on the boards, down $183,565.
While TV's fall frame is barely a month old, restless webheads are already preparing to make some major schedule shifts.
Noises Off: Scan the roster of producers on "The Color Purple" and you'll likely recognize a few names. You've probably heard of Oprah Winfrey. Ditto Quincy Jones. But Andrew Asnes and Adam Zotovich…
One of Hollywood's fabled unmade projects -- an adaptation of Terry Southern's cult novel "Blue Movie" -- is finally getting made ... by a British company in Bavaria.
No. 1 Spanish-lingo broadcaster Televisa's feevee Televisa Networks is adding a seventh channel, movie channel Golden, to its Latin American feeds this month and bulking up for expansion in 2006…
London Eye: Simon Franks, CEO of Redbus Film Distribution, has $29 million in his pocket and an axe to grind.
By encouraging enterprising producers to dip deep into the forgotten treasure trove of tuners past via a new grant scheme, the National Endowment for the Arts is looking to blow the dust off the…
The Backlot: Scan the news stories of the moment and you can get a quick glimpse of the brave new digital future. Your gizmos will be portable. Also personal. They will be interlinked so you won't…
Omar Sharif is to star in his first TV series, set to film in his homeland, Egypt, this March.
UIP's "Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" continued to scare up some serious coin on the international B.O. scene over the Oct. 14-16 frame by adding 12 markets to its distrib pattern…
Road grosses fell in Week 20 (Oct. 10-16) to $10,641,718, down $1,117,217 from the previous week.