Longtime "Entertainment Tonight" doyenne Linda Bell Blue has sealed a long-term pact to remain in charge of the top-rated showbiz newsmag franchise.
A state court judge has dismissed screenwriter Jeff Grosso's lawsuit against Miramax in which he accused the mini-major of ripping off ideas for the 1998 film "Rounders" from his "Shell Game" script.
Warner Bros. Pictures has tapped the Hageman brothers to adapt author Scott Lynch's fantasy epic "The Lies of Locke Lamora." Michael De Luca and Julie Yorn are producing for the studio.
Michael Patrick King ("Sex and the City," "The Comeback") is dabbling in legit, co-writing and directing "At Least It's Pink," a collection of dirty songs and stories.
Jamie Foxx and his managers Jaime Rucker King and Marcus King have signed on to produce and develop Universal's "The Power of Duff" with Marc Platt, who purchased Stephen Belber's spec last year in a…
Dan Fogler is set to play Alfred Hitchcock in the indie thriller "Number Thirteen," which Chase Palmer wrote and will direct.
CBS' upcoming legal drama "Shark" has lined up its own dream team of high-profile lawyers to add a little authenticity to the show.
Former "Felicity" scribe Josh Reims is reuniting with J.J. Abrams, coming aboard as showrunner of the Abrams-produced "What About Brian." In addition, Reims has inked a two-year, seven-figure overall…
"Crash" producers Mark R. Harris, Robert Moresco and Paul Haggis have filed suit against Lifetime TV, arguing that the cabler improperly invoked the Oscar-winning film while promoting its new show…
Starting today, all AMC theaters in the U.S. will lower ticket prices for movie showings before noon in a program dubbed "A.M. Cinema." Depending on the market, tickets for morning shows will cost…
On July 7, around 300,000 people in Gotham and four other cities received calls from Al Gore urging them not to vote but to see his global warming pic "An Inconvenient Truth."
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