Revolution Studios has enlisted a new secret agent: Ice Cube will replace Vin Diesel in the studio's sequel to its action franchise "XXX," to be helmed by Lee Tamahori.
Latenight host Jay Leno hit the ratings jackpot as the TV season opened last week, putting even more distance between himself and competitor David Letterman.
Adding its voice to those of critics orgs that spoke out Wednesday against the MPAA's ban on awards-season screeners, the National Society of Film Critics slammed the studio-backed edict.
After seven years and increasing rumblings about when John Calley would step down as chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the exec has relinquished his duties, the Culver City studio…
ABC has launched another comedy to solid sampling as Wednesday's "It's All Relative" clicked with auds, but its drama woes also continued with a soft bow for the critically hailed "Karen Sisco."
Variety has tapped Frank Rizzo as a theater correspondent for the New England region.
The Federal Communications Commission slapped Viacom-owned Infinity Broadcasting with a $357,000 fine Thursday for indecent content broadcast on New York WNEW's "Opie & Anthony Show" last year.
Publicist Cari Ross has left her senior veep post at BWR to become a partner at I/D PR. She becomes the fourth partner at I/D PR, alongside Kelly Bush, Mara Buxbaum and Ina Treciokas.
ShowEast 2003 went out with a bang Thursday, with distribs unspooling a couple of the more highly anticipated year-end movies.
The parent company of the Loews theater chain is apparently ready to spin off the circuit to raise equity.