"X" marks the spot. That's the thinking over at 20th Century Fox Licensing and Merchandising, where anything with an X on it is hot.
UPN is contemplating dividing its entertainment division into current programming and development teams for the first time, and the netlet is making a slew of personnel changes.
ASCAP has reached a settlement with religious broadcasters, thus breaking a logjam in Congress over legislation on copyrights for musical works published before 1978.
Elisa Beth Garver has been named VP of development at Greenwater Pictures, a film, TV, commercial and musicvideo production company founded in 1996.
CBS Sports has formed a new unit to tap expanding advertiser interest in program tie-ins. CBS Sports Properties will be headed by Keith Ritter, newly hired as senior VP of marketing for the Eye web's…
Although "X"-philes may be reluctant to believe it, "The X-Files" is hardly the first show in primetime to use the paranormal and the supernatural as a driving theme. It goes back to at least the…
Charles Koones, associate publisher of Variety and Daily Variety, has added the title of U.S. publishing director. Koones' new responsibilities include oversight of Variety's domestic business…
How does one explain the extraordinary success of "The X-Files" internationally when conventional wisdom dictates that only action-packed syndicate fare like "Xena" and "Hercules" can lure audiences…
From its beginnings, "The X-Files" was as much a product of circumstances as of meticulous planning led by creator-producer Chris Carter.
What people really remember from "The X-Files" isn't necessarily particular lines of dialogue, or exchanges between Mulder and Scully, but the ethereal images that the series beams out like a…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman1Weekend:$21.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire2Weekend:$19.1M Warner Brothers
Need For Speed
Need For Speed3Weekend:$17.8M