Spider-Man and Shrek are ruling the box office world through the power of sequels while Michael Moore shows potent drawing power in the first foreign forays for "Fahrenheit 9/11."
It's hard to know who to trust in TV land. According to NBC's Jeff Zucker, Fox TV is a thief that who rips off reality show ideas from others and rushes those shows onto the air first.
Following its record-breaking opening in the U.S., "Fahrenheit 9/11" looks set to replicate its success across the Middle East.
In a film financing first, European Web conglom Tiscali is dipping its toe into the movie business.
It had to happen. The novelty of reality TV has worn off in Latin America so broadcasters are looking for fresh ways to milk tried-and-true shows like "Big Brother" or are coming up with their own…
There's a new king in Hollywood, but few studio execs dare utter the name publicly. Wal-Mart, the "everyday-low-prices" retail juggernaut, today rings up a hefty 37% of all new DVD purchases in the…
Gauls depressed at the thought of returning to their work-a-day lives come September, may find themselves cheered up by the thought of a cheap date at the movies.
Mexico has released a timetable for establishing national digital, high-definition television signals, a step forward for a government that has been slow to update transmission technology, and a…
NBC won't be airing its "Van Helsing"-inspired skein "Transvylvania," but the vampire fighter may still make it to the small screen. Here! TV, which produces gay and lesbian themed-programming, is…
In the past couple of years, distrib Tait Brady was exasperated that some of the best Aussie scripts he read never got made because the producers could not secure the hefty advances from sales agents…
Agents spend a lot of time arguing, wrangling and occasionally yelling. Clients are often in their faces, and assistants and colleagues breathe down their necks. So how do you create a space for them…