It looks like the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. Awards have stepped up to fill the job of Oscar bellwether. With the calendar shuffle precluding the usual Golden Globes influence on Oscar noms -- due…
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. finally lived up to its name, handing two Golden Globes to Brit import "The Office" -- including best TV comedy series.
Eric Hughes, whose challenge to Victoria Riskin's eligibility forced her to resign as Writers Guild of America West prexy, will ask the WGAW board today to enact a series of reforms designed to open…
Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Snoop Dogg have decided to score with "The Longest Yard." Thesps will topline an updated remake of the 1974 Burt Reynolds drama-comedy, with Paramount and Sony…
Creative Light Entertainment CEO Scott Zakarin will helm a contemporary feature retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" novella to begin principal photography in L.A. today.
Fox is headed to Las Vegas with scribes Elizabeth Beckwith and John Rogers.
Sundance Channel Home Entertainment will release homevideo versions of "In This World" and "The Other Side of the Bed," the first two of four independent films in its new Sundance Film Series, on…
Tim Roth is set to join Jennifer Connelly, Pete Postlethwaite and John C. Reilly in "Dark Water," the remake of the hit Japanese film being directed by Walter Salles for Bill Mechanic's Pandemonium…
Warner Music Group will announce today that Island Def Jam chief Lyor Cohen will, in fact, be joining the soon-to-be-annexed major record group as chairman and CEO of U.S. recorded music.
ABC has cut back its order on homeland security drama "Threat Matrix." The Touchstone TV-Industry TV series has performed modestly in the toughest timeslot on television: Thursdays at 8.
Perhaps the best expression of Hollywood's complex feelings toward the Golden Globes came from "Cold Mountain" producer Albert Berger. "I've deluded myself into thinking this is no pressure, all…