"Friends" star Jennifer Aniston may test her mettle with heavy metal: She is in talks to star opposite Mark Wahlberg in Warner Bros.' and Maysville Prods.' feature film, "Metal God."
New Line TV has started lining up TV stations to take a special four-hour New Year's weekend block of selected episodes of the weekly syndicated hour "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World."
Comic Josh Wolf has inked an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television to develop a half-hour comedy based upon his real-life experience as a twentysomething single dad.
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More than 7,000 are expected at this weekend's 24th Banff film fest for sporty mountain folk -- climbers, skiers and snowboarders -- being held in this small resort town north of Calgary.
NBC has greenlit production on a family comedy from Touchstone Television -- perhaps the clearest sign yet that being part of the ABC banner isn't hurting the Disney-owned studio's ability to do…
Liberty Digital, the tech investment arm of Liberty Media Group, said Thursday it has invested in UGO (Unified Gamers Online) Networks, an online entertainment site targeted at men 18-34.
Four thousand guests from Australia and the U.S. are sure to dress to impress at a lavish bash Sunday night to mark the opening of the Fox Studios Australia entertainment and retail complex.
French pay TV group Canal Plus has launched i television, its long-awaited all-news cable and satellite web.
Despite a strong showing at the box office, Walt Disney Co. posted tepid earnings for the year, in line with Wall Street's expectations.
Heather Donahue has been cast in the ensemble film "Seven and a Match," to be helmed by first-timer Derek Simonds based on his script.
Video Networks, the video-on-demand service, has inked a two-year licensing deal with BBC Worldwide, the pubcaster's commercial arm, for 600 hours of programming.