Fox is moving its soph comedy hit "That '70s Show" to Monday nights and benching first-year dramas "Time of Your Life" and "Get Real" for the February sweeps.
"Dharma & Greg" and "The X-Files" received kudos Thursday at the ninth annual Environmental Media Awards, held at the Beverly Hilton.
Confirming Hollywood's love affair with the cell phone, Columbia TriStar Interactive has fired up the first wireless film Web site to promote the Feb. 18 release of "Hanging Up."
Producer Ed Pressman has signed Brit director Simon Hunter to a two-pic deal, starting with the $30 million sci-fi thriller "Mutant Chronicles."
The Frog net today will announce a formal production commitment to "Hype!," a Warner Bros. Television/ Marquee Tollin-Robbins-produced primetime sketch comedy skein being created by "Mad TV"…
Universal Pictures has pushed the opening of "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle" forward two weeks to the key June 30 slot to take advantage of potentially massive moviegoing during the five-day…
TBS Superstation's premiere Wednesday of "Ripley's Believe It Or Not!" delivered a 3.3 rating in the cable universe. That's equivalent to 2.6 million households -- basic cable's largest audience ever…
Gearing up for what fest president Jiri Bartoska and programmer Eva Zaoralova call "a double anniversary year," the Karlovy Vary festival is adding two days to its calendar.
THE AMALGAMATION OF TIME WARNER and AOL has been analyzed to death from a financial standpoint, but its impact on Hollywood’s psyche has been ignored. I was reminded of this by a chance meeting last…
Studio chiefs are balking at NBC's decision to eliminate drama pilots in favor of shorter 30-minute presentations, but the Peacock says it doesn't plan to budge.
For the first time since the 1986 debut of the federal Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, a pic aimed squarely at black auds is dominating the extended frame. New Line's hip-hop-heavy sequel "Next…
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