Ben Kingsley, Kristanna Loken and Michelle Rodriguez will star in "BloodRayne," Uwe Boll's $25 million adaptation of Majesco's hit videogame about a fearless vampire killer who happens to be…
Mark V. Olsen is developing the six-part miniseries “Mary Chestnut” for HBO. Information was incorrect in the Aug. 3 edition.
Michael B. Seligman will produce the USC School of Cinema-Television's 75th anniversary gala on Sept. 26.
Tuning in: Welcome to cable's most popular serialized comedy-drama-reality-talkshow, "Those Silly Celebrities," continuing through early November with the "2004 Election Edition."
Digital media company Roxio is going all Napster. Company on Monday signed a definitive agreement to sell its consumer software division, which produces media applications for computers, to…
Time Warner has announced a restructuring of its Global Marketing unit, which includes the creation of a new position, chief creative officer, to be filled by former ad agency man Mark D'Arcy. D'Arcy…
Maverick satcaster Charlie Ergen took aim at his wired competitors Tuesday, attempting to fan the flames of investor discontent in the cable biz.
Premiere, Germany's only nationwide pay TV platform, swung to a half-year operational profit (before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) of E18.1 million ($22.2 million) from an $18.8…
German kidvidder RTV in the first half year saw revenues drop from E4 million ($4.8 million) to $3 million, after its decision to outsource distribution. The company's net loss was on par with the…
Just days after shuttering its business, 321 Studios has waved the white flag in its legal battle with the Motion Picture Assn. of America.
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" is set to hit Egyptian screens Aug. 18, with Al Arabia Co. for Production & Distribution (ACPD) planning to take the traditional Arabic-lingo summer box office by…