While Sen. John McCain readies to speak tonight at the Republican National Convention, A&E is prepping a two-hour movie based on the politician's bestselling autobiography "Faith of My Fathers,"…
In June, Sony gave Spidey the summer's biggest premiere on the Santa Monica pier; by August, killer snakes were receiving more specialized treatment from the Screen Gems crowd.
Spike TV is getting into the documentary game. Testosterone-oriented cable web has agreed to fund "Viva Baseball," a 90-minute film about the history of Latino players in Major League Baseball.
The Academy's new technology to stop screener piracy is headed to Blighty.
Femme stars are getting their rocks off just as easily as male counterparts on the celeb-friendly club and charity circuit.
Indie production shingle Serenade Films has come onboard to produce the drama "12 and Holding" to be helmed by "L.I.E." director Michael Cuesta.
Just two weeks after signing up for "The West Wing," Jimmy Smits has closed a lucrative overall deal with ABC and Touchstone Television.
True Entertainment is taking a risk that the mother/daughter team of New York partygoers Lisa and Brittny Gastineau will emerge as stars of the next buzzworthy reality TV series.
The creators of the World Poker Tour, WPT Enterprises, are going beyond the TV series on Travel Channel and placing their bets on poker-related books, furniture, videogames, clothing and wireless…
Roundabout Theater Company will stage Jon Robin Baitz's "The Paris Letter" at its Off Broadway venue, the Laura Pels Theater, next spring.
Buoyed by restructuring effects, German licensing group EM.TV saw half-year net profit of E135.8 million ($163 million).