To probably nobody's surprise, Scour.com has filed for bankruptcy reorganization.
Forget the posturing over who won this week's presidential debate: The really interesting war of words is the one heating up this week among spinmeisters for the Big Three networks. To be sure…
Film Roman appointed former Sony Pictures Entertainment exec Michael Winchester as chief financial officer of the animation company on Thursday. Winchester was a nine-year vet of SPE, where he helped…
The London Screenings are generally focused around London's West End theaters.
Endeavor has signed New York-based Internet production venture Interactive Consortium, creator of popular Web show "I Bet You Will," which bowed online in June.
A thesp shutdown was averted Thursday when Actors' Equity and the League of American Theaters and Producers came to a tentative agreement on a new contract that covers work for Broadway actors…
CBS' big gamble on "Bette" has paid off -- at least initially -- as Wednesday's premiere of the much-touted laffer delivered the net's best comedy ratings on the night in more than five years. Bette…
Don't look for a lot of kind words when the FCC convenes a public hearing Monday on the cues children pick up from violent and sexually explicit television.
Striking union actors, led by Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon, took to Capitol Hill Thursday as they sought high-powered support in concluding the bitter 24-week work stoppage against…
Kodak-backed f/x shop Cinesite (Warner Bros.' upcoming "Red Planet," Sony's "The 6th Day," New Line's "13 Days") has tapped Ralph Denson production manager.
Local release of Lars von Trier's "Dancer in the Dark" is setting records for Russia's arthouse exhibition scene.