"Battlestar Galactica" exec producer Ronald D. Moore has inked a rich overall pact with NBC Universal Television Studio, reupping for another two years. Deal calls for Moore, who exec produced the…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has reached a three-year deal on its Hollywood Basic Agreement with studios and networks, more than seven months before expiration of the current pact.
For the first time in its history, TV Land is opening its doors to original scripted programming. Projects in the works include a revival of "Mr. Magoo" and "Us and Them," a laffer from John Markus…
Aussie filmmakers are set to receive another A$10 million ($7.4 million) per year in tax-free funding after the government awarded Mullis Capital a license to establish a Film Licensed Investment Co…
Felicity Huffman will receive the breakthrough performance award at the 17th annual Palm Springs Film Festival for her turn in the Weinstein Co.'s "Transamerica."
Former National Geographic Channel exec Andrew C. Wilk will now be developing video content for DualDisc and DVD Music releases at Sony BMG.
Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro and his "Hide and Seek" helmer John Polson are collaborating once again: Tribeca will add a short film section in 2006 through a partnership with…
"King Kong" ruled internationally with respectable rather than spectacular response from moviegoers, grossing $63.4 million Friday-Sunday at 8,123 playdates in 55 markets in the ninth-largest foreign…
NBC Sports has quietly chalked up $800 million in advertiser pre-buys for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, 90% of the total available time. Goal of NBC's sales force is to end up with $900…
Proving a potent mix of strong reviews, good buzz and kudos noms are trumping any cultural resistance, "Brokeback Mountain" continued to set records in its second frame.
Stunned by the untimely death Friday of Emmy-winning thesp John Spencer, producers behind "The West Wing" now must figure out how to deal onscreen with the news.