ABC Family has bought exclusive cable rights to "Everwood" -- the highlight of a series and movie package from Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution worth $35 million-$40 million.
After weeks of limping along with half-full houses, "All Shook Up" will play its final performance on Sunday.
Two months after Lachlan Murdoch unexpectedly ankled as New York Post publisher, Paul V. Carlucci has been named to the post.
Al Roker Prods. has tapped Tracie Brennan VP of operations as the company expands its nonfiction production slate and digital initiatives.
Rosario Dawson will star in the twin bill “Killshot” and “Passion of the Clerks” for the Weinstein Co. The Weinsteins are near deals with Johnny Knoxville and Joseph Gordon-Levitt to join Diane Lane…
Rupert's not the only mogul who can play on the 'Net. Sumner Redstone's Viacom is in negotiations to purchase online video company IFilm in a deal that could be worth $50 million.
The five finalists have been selected for the 2005 Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards Competition, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
Catherine Zeta-Jones will star in the American remake of romantic comedy-drama “Mostly Martha” for Castle Rock Entertainment, with Scott Hicks set to direct. Writer Carol Fuchs adapted the screenplay…
Audiences may have another chance to see Martin Scorsese's 3½-hour docu "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" on the bigscreen. Focusing on the singer-songwriter's life and music from 1961-66, doc was…
Despite being below lead-in and the September 2004 time-period average, "The Tyra Banks Show" seems to be gaining viewership slowly. Skein saw an 8% increase in the first day of its second week from…
The AFI Fest has selected the Johnny Cash biopic "Walk the Line" as its opening night gala presentation. Organizers also announced that the festival, which runs Nov. 3-13 in L.A., will host 16 world…