One of Spain's more successful toon houses, BRB Intl., is joining the real world thanks to its owner, canny entrepreneur Claudio Biern Boyd.
Sometimes, it really is enough just to be nominated. Consider, for example, what it would mean for a darkhorse contender like Miramax's "In the Bedroom" to land a best-pic Oscar nom.
Now that they've had time to hit the golf course or simply escape Hollywood for a few weeks, TV's recent roster of overthrown net and studio toppers must decide how, when and where to relaunch…
Random House has a new marquee writer: Tim LaHaye, a septegenerian Baptist minister who's sold more books in the U.S. than J.K. Rowling.
BBC World, the international arm of the Brit pubcaster, is bowing programs specifically aimed at Indian and Asian auds.
It's the city's biggest holiday, a time of huge family get-togethers and equally enormous banquets. Chinese New Year is also a time when Hong Kongers check out the latest movies.
Expect a Bollywood bang June 19, the newly announced opening night of the £4.5 million ($6.5 million) "Bombay Dreams," produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber. (Previews start May 31).
They meet again. DreamWorks and Miramax, no strangers to competition, are already jockeying with their respective megabudget dramas, "The Road to Perdition" and "The Gangs of New York."
Australia's leading pay TV platform Foxtel will redraft its U.S. dollar-denominated contract with Premium Movie Partnership, the Hollywood-owned movie channels service, to lessen the impact of the…
Film distribution and sales executive Richard Guardian has partnered with Mainline Releasing principals Rich Goldberg and Marc Greenberg to launch Lightning Entertainment, a new indie L.A.-based…
Movie and TV stars, entertainers, producers, directors and the press swooped down on the Philippine Senate early February to seek legislative support in their campaign to save the entertainment…