Just for Variety: Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke will be back together in front of the cameras later this month. It's for the DVD for the 40th anni of "Mary Poppins," a film that received 13 Oscar…
The 20th Chicago Latino Film Festival kicks off April 16 with Miramax domestic pickup "Valentin," a bittersweet coming-of-age story from Argentina.
Leo Hindery Jr. has resigned as chairman and CEO of the YES Network.
The Tribeca Film Festival unveiled on Monday the lineup of panels and discussions for its third edition next month, featuring special strands on music in the movies and on sex and cinema along with…
DIC Entertainment is reviving the big-haired pug-nosed troll characters popular in the '60s and '90s as an all-new entertainment/lifestyle brand for tweens called Trollz.
Indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch will be the sixth recipient of the Filmmaker on the Edge award at the 2004 Provincetown Film Festival, to be held June 16-20 in Provincetown, Mass.
Folks in Asia and Latin America seem more fervent about Mel Gibson's crucifixion saga than auds in parts of Europe, judging by the pic's sturdy but not celestial bows in France and Spain last weekend.
Furthering its evolution from niche cabler to broad-appeal outlet, the Sci Fi Channel has embarked on its most ambitious slate of original series, miniseries and made-fors.
With a complete lack of showbiz fanfare, talks between writers and studios kicked off Monday amid guarded optimism from both sides. Monday's session began with the exchange of proposals at 10 a.m. at…
EchoStar prexy and chief operating officer Michael Dugan is ankling his position after 14 years at Charlie Ergen's second-ranked satcaster.
Paramount is the latest U.S. major to license its films to Foxtel Boxoffice, the Aussie pay TV platform's near-VOD service that launched March 14.