Mark Gordon is producing "Safety Last," loosely based on the Harold Lloyd silent picture, at Sony. Playwright Keith Bunin will pen the screenplay.
Fox's pre-Christmas comedy shopping list includes a trip to "The Other Mall." Regency Television is developing the unconventional laffer, a Christopher Guest-like half-hour that began life as a spec…
"The Mambo Kings" has landed the Broadway Theater, which "Bombay Dreams" will vacate Jan. 1. The incoming tuner will open Aug. 18 at the 1,752-seat Broadway, with previews beginning July 18.
Showtime is getting in the middle of "Two Blind Mikes." Pay cabler has teamed with feature scribe Frederic Raphael, who co-wrote "Eyes Wide Shut" with Stanley Kubrick, on a two-hour movie about the…
Keith Naftaly, formerly an A&R exec at J Records and DreamWorks, has been named senior veep of A&R at Sony Music Label Group U.S.
Having made few primetime blunders over the past couple of years, MTV Networks entertainment prexy Brian Graden is ready to whip the music net's afternoons into shape.
The Mount Film Co. has acquired "High Times," a spec by Jason Mundy and Gregg Moscot, with Graham Aldis attached to direct.
Spanish-lingo broadcaster Telemundo has tapped Alfredo Richard veepee of corporate communications.
A decade after it premiered in Cannes, Marcel Ophuls' 1994 documentary "The Troubles We've Seen: A History of Journalism in Wartime" has been acquired for North American distribution by indie banner…
The Chinese government has signaled it's willing to allow more U.S. films to debut in the country day-and-date with domestic. The authorities are responding to Hollywood concerns that the long gap…
It wasn't just Harry Potter. Epics like "Troy" and "The Last Samurai" -- which arguably underperformed at the domestic box office -- helped power Warner Bros. to a $2 billion overseas gross as of…
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