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BSkyB chief executive Tony Ball is ankling Blighty's largest pay TV operator, ending a week of rumor. His departure, announced Tuesday, fuels speculation that Rupert Murdoch's son James is being…
Every broadcast network but Fox had something to crow about Monday's ratings, as the Murdoch net placed sixth among adults 18-49 while ABC, CBS and NBC all battled for the night's lead in key…
Film financing body Filmstiftung NRW has slated some $8.5 million in support of 24 projects, including $1.4 million for the sequel to kids' cartoon pic "The Little Polar Bear."
"Dirty Pretty Things" is vying for the title of best British indie film with Danny Boyle's "28 Days Later," Gregor Jordan's "Buffalo Soldiers," Peter Mullan's "The Magdalene Sisters" and David…
With his "Mad Max" sequel stalled, Mel Gibson has found a new chopper. Gibson is negotiating with Warner Bros. Pictures to star in "Under and Alone," an action drama based on the true story of ATF…
In a seven-figure deal, MGM has set lawyer-turned-writer David E. Kelley to script the feature remake of Agatha Christie's classic mystery "Witness for the Prosecution."
Spyglass Entertainment Group, which signed a four-year first-look non-exclusive co-financing and production deal with DreamWorks in December, will move its deal to Sony's Columbia Pictures.
HBO has bought the pay-TV rights to "Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines" after Warner Bros. Domestic Cable gave basic-cable networks the chance to blow out the pay window on the movie -- a rare…
CBS has said "You go, girl" to Ricki Lake, signing the talkshow host to develop and star in a half-hour comedy for fall 2004.
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