Road grosses for Week 17 (Sept. 15-21) were up by 5.2% to $13,593,396.
Investors are tipping their chapeaux to Vivendi Universal topper Jean-Renee Fourtou these days.
Last year, Lifetime was at the top of the cable heap, the No. 1-rated basic network in all of primetime cable, harvesting bumper crops of women with its TV movies, scripted series and such rerun…
London's National Theater has cemented a non-exclusive, first-look deal with New York producers Bill Haber and Bob Boyett.
This time last year, cinema operators had little to be happy about. World Cup fervor had robbed them of summer audiences, and autumn film offerings were weak.
"Just exactly who is Mitch Bainwol?" non-Washington viewers of HBO's new political reality docu-drama "K Street" may have wondered after the show's second episode last week.
TV syndication hasn't spawned any runaway hits so far this season, unlike last September's "Dr. Phil" from King World.
Broadway grosses rebounded significantly during Week 17 (Sept. 15-21), rising by 13.4% to $11,815,284. Attendance of 177,664 was up by 10.9%.
The overseas B.O. generally drifted on a sea of mediocrity last week, sustained by rollicking holdover biz by "Pirates of the Caribbean" and impressive local entries in France, Spain, Germany and…
Talk to studio chiefs and they express disdain for "vanity deals." Scan a list of studio production pacts, and these are the most evanescent. Why, then, are vanity deals proliferating? Studios now…