Lawyers representing record companies and movie studios argued in federal court Monday that companies marketing file-sharing services encourage illegal copying of music and movies.
The Walt Disney Co. has sealed a mid-six-figure deal with screenwriter James Kearns ("John Q") to pen an untitled feature about Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Robert Capa.
The Fox Cable Networks Group will go ahead with a new digital-cable network focusing on extreme sports such as speed climbing, skateboarding, inline speed skating and bike stunts.
Fox will bring back newsmag "The Pulse" to cover one of its open sores on Thursday, while ABC has made a slight switcheroo on Friday nights.
Broadway had no problem devouring leftover Thanksgiving B.O. records, including second-best week ever at the box office.
Sony Pictures Animation has named Barbara Zipperman senior VP of business affairs, reconnecting the DreamWorks exec with her former bosses there, Penney Finkleman Cox and Sandra Rabins, who were…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences released a record-breaking list of 54 candidates for the 2002 foreign-lingo Oscar nominations on Monday.
The National Board of Review will fete Elmer Bernstein and Conrad Hall in January in New York.
The 120 feature films set to unspool during the 2003 Sundance Film Festival include an unusually large number of thoughtful, provocative and even cerebral titles, said fest director Geoffrey Gilmore…
Buena Vista Television elevated John Bryan to executive vice president of sales, overseeing BVT's entire sales force.