A sense of humor helped around the Par lot during 2003. Comedies "School of Rock" and "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" were the studio's surprise hits. Its other highs came from a light-hearted remake…
From bonus-laden special editions of venerable movie franchises to an accelerating release schedule of TV series boxed sets, multi-disc collector's packages were the key for DVDs in 2003.
Paramount is developing a live-action version of "The Trumpet of the Swan," E.B. White's final children's book, for Jordan Kerner to produce.
Mergers, piracy and downloads dominated music talk more than the work of any particular artist in 2003, and the hand-wringing looks likely to continue into 2004.
At Sony it's hard not to compare 2003 with 2002, but as Columbia Pictures chairwoman Amy Pascal admits, "Nothing was 2002." Yet even without a "Spider-Man," the studio hit the billion-dollar mark in…
It wasn't the best of times, but it wasn't the worst of times at ABC last fall. For the second year in a row, the net took the unprecedented step of ordering a full season of all its frosh laffers…
The doctor is out -- really.
Laughter has proved to be the best medicine for UPN. While a lack of breakout hit comedies continues to plague the broadcast biz, UPN managed to find ratings success and industry respectability in…
Warner Bros.' large and eclectic slate produced wildly varying results in 2003. It was the year of "The Matrix." Larry and Andy Wachowski's two sequels, released six months apart in a storm of hype…
Don't tell Leslie Moonves the TV business is going to hell. While his colleagues are moaning about the loss of young males and increasing cable competish, the CBS chairman-CEO enjoyed perhaps his…