Julia Roberts will make her Broadway debut in March 2006 with a revival of the play "Three Days of Rain," by Richard Greenberg.
Pan-Euro media network SBS Broadcasting posted a 26% jump in net revenues in its first half year ending June 30 to Euro 414 million ($500 million). Much of the increase year on year came from new…
New Line has sold “Wedding Crashers” in a shared network window to TBS and Comedy Central, building into the deal an added carve-out for a broadcast network still to be named. TBS will take the first…
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Diskeries have been buzzing since Monday's disclosure that Sony BMG admitted wrongdoing in promoting records at radio stations. And as usual, Tony Brummel, the eminently quotable founder of the indie…
Paramount has tapped Maggie Gyllenhaal and Maria Bello to portray the wives of Port Authority officers rescued from the World Trade Center in the studio's untitled Oliver Stone project.
The 2006 awards calendar could be in for a shakeup, with both the Golden Globes and Emmys poised to move from their traditional Sunday night perches. Competition from ABC's Sunday smash "Desperate…
Jeff Bridges will lead a cast that includes Shia LaBeouf and Zooey Deschanel for Sony Pictures Animation's upcoming CGI pic "Surf's Up," due out in the summer of 2007.
Vivendi Universal on Thursday posted first-half revenues of E9.08 billion ($11 billion), up 7%. Second quarter revs increased 6% to $5.6 billion. As usual, the Gallic group's telecom activities…
CBS News and Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) have concluded a multiyear agreement that extends the longstanding newsgathering relationship between the two.
Longtime CBS program exec Dick Kirschner is retiring after 34 years at the Eye. Kirschner, a director of current programming for the net, began his CBS career in 1971 as a Gotham-based program…
Preliminary photography will begin Aug. 10 for Banana Peel Entertainment's indie drama "Valley of Heart's Delight."