Adrian Lyne is in negotiations to helm an untitled psychological thriller for Fox 2000, based on a script by Alvin Sargent ("Anywhere But Here," "Bogus").
Seventh Art Releasing has picked up North American rights to Israel's Oscar submission, "Yana's Friends," from director Arik Kaplun.
"Minnelli on Minnelli" opens tonight at the Palace Theater, and its producers and its star, Liza Minnelli, are already eyeing a possible 15-city tour and an extension of the Broadway run moving to…
News Corp. will become the sole owner of Germany's Vox by mid-January or sell its 50% stake in the TV channel to its partner Bertelsmann, according to News Corp. president and chief operating officer…
The director of a film savaging Mexico's ruling party has accused state-funded co-producers Imcine of sabotaging its release.
NBC has greenlit a new version of the 1950s gameshow "Twenty One," recruiting gabber Maury Povich to serve as host of the reincarnated quizzer. Peacock had ordered four hourlong segs of the skein…
With the advertising climate "as strong as battery acid," the cable upfront is likely to move before the broadcasters do their deals, according to Turner Broadcasting president and chief operating…
A dark horse has emerged as the winner of the final New York Times film critic spot.
The sixth edition of the Mip Asia TV market kicks off today, with host Reed Midem Organization (RMO) hoping that, after the decline in attendance brought on by the recent economic woes of the region…
Hughes Electronics has appointed telco exec George Foyo to fill the long-empty post of president of satcaster Galaxy Latin America.
“Bicentennial Man’s” Wendy Crewson will play Arnold Schwarzenegger’s wife in Roger Spottiswoode’s futuristic actioner “The Sixth Day.” Crewson recently wrapped “What Lies Beneath” with Harrison Ford…