Just as "Spider-Man 2" was breathing its last gasps here, sticking a few final pesos atop a $20 million local box office pile, the webslinger has found new life.
Tovah Feldshuh will exit the one-woman Broadway play "Golda's Balcony" Jan. 2 to bring the show to L.A.'s Wadsworth Theater beginning in early February.
TuTv, the pay TV joint venture between U.S. Spanish-lingo media conglom Univision Communications and Mexican media giant Grupo Televisa, has inked a carriage accord with Cox Communications.
Hurricane Charley and overall nationwide bad weather were a boon to syndication during the week of Aug. 9-15, as viewers hunkered down indoors and turned on their TV sets.
Eleven feature-length documentary films have been selected for the Sundance Institute Documentary Fund's second and final round of 2004 grants.
FX has greenlit another season of the Denis Leary firefighter drama "Rescue Me." Cabler has ordered a minimum of 13 episodes with the second cycle set to launch next year.
Even as NBC's "The Contender" and Fox's "The Next Great Champ" duke it out in court, there now comes word that the California State Boxing Commission gave producers of both shows an exemption from a…
Nick Movies has tapped Courteney Cox, Danny Glover, Sam Elliott and Wanda Sykes for the voice cast of its CGI-animated comedy "The Barnyard," joining Kevin James.
Charles Durning, Jack Klugman, Paul Dooley and Granville Van Dusen will star in "Golf With Alan Shephard" to open the Falcon Theater's five-play season in September.
Strengthening his newfound oversight, Viacom co-prexy/co-chief operating officer Leslie Moonves on Tuesday tapped top CBS financial lieutenant Bruce Taub to serve in the newly created position of…
With a lack of showbiz fanfare but plenty of uncertainty, directors and studios kicked off two weeks of crucial contract talks Tuesday.