The producers of "I'm Not Rappaport" have posted a provisional closing notice for the revival at the Booth Theater. Judd Hirsch and Ben Vereen star in Herb Gardner's 1985 comedy, which won the Tony…
Director Baz Luhrmann is drafting his "Romeo & Juliet" star Leonardo DiCaprio to topline his Alexander the Great epic, which Dino De Laurentiis is producing and Universal and Fox are co-financing.
Laurie Metcalf is joining the cast of "Charlie Lawrence" (aka "Life of the Party"), the new Nathan Lane comedy series to which CBS has given a midseason order.
PBS has set a Sept. 10 airdate for "America Rebuilds," a documentary that Kevin Spacey has narrated about the cleanup and recovery efforts following the destruction of the World Trade Center by…
Stephen Herek is in final negotiations to direct the comedy "Cheer Up" for Bel-Air Entertainment. Tommy Lee Jones is attached to star.
Paul Giamatti and Alan Arkin have been tapped to round out the cast of FX telepic "The Pentagon Papers," which begins lensing Sunday in Toronto.
Former "Spin City" star Michael J. Fox may soon be back in business with ABC. The Alphabet web is close to picking up a put pilot from Fox, who left "Spin" in 2000 after announcing he was suffering…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences expects to have a new chief operating officer in place by the end of the month, according to org chairman-CEO Bryce Zabel.
Hollywood is going back to school this fall. Hoping to further the understanding of digital filmmaking by top directors, cinematographers and technicians, Sony Pictures Entertainment is launching…
A UCLA study shows Spanish-language TV broadcasters in Los Angeles receive a median salary that, at $60,000, is 70% less than the median for English-language broadcasters.