For a busted TV series that the Fox Network canceled back in December 2002 after only 11 episodes, Joss Whedon’s “Firefly” is building up one hell of a profile in ancillary markets. The Sci Fi…
Corporate creditworthiness arbiter Standard & Poor's raised its credit rating on Comcast, the nation's No. 1 cable operator, from BBB to BBB+ on Tuesday.
Seeking to broaden its programming platform among Asian viewers in the U.S., DirecTV is launching Phoenix InfoNews, a 24-hour Mandarin-language news net.
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A lawsuit filed by former Walt Disney Co. director Roy Disney and seeking to void the company's last board election will go to trial Aug. 10, airing claims that investors were misled about the search…
Germany's Constantin Film and Bernd Eichinger will continue their relationship of 26 years, and have signed an extension of his producer contract until March 2009, the company said Tuesday.
In the wake of the acquisition of MGM by Sony and a consortium of investors, former Lion execs Elizabeth Cantillon and DeVon Franklin are officially joining the Columbia Pictures production team…
The nasty financial dispute between Eastern and Western branches of the Writers Guild of America has remained heated, with the WGA East taking a pot shot at the WGA West on the eve of settlement…
Horror indie Ghost House Pictures will fully finance and develop the spooky family pitch "Monkey's Paw," from scribes Dave Kajganich and Tom McAlister, for Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert to produce.
The Roundabout Theater Company is breaking from its revival mandate at the American Airlines Theater to stage the New York premiere of Richard Greenberg's "A Naked Girl on the Appian Way."
Amid sky-high expectations, Warner Bros.' "Batman Begins" swoops into four international markets today and 67 more over the next three days with 8,000-plus playdates. Following a massive worldwide…
Canuck skein "DaVinci's Inquest" has syndicated coverage cleared in more than 90% of the U.S. for fall.