NBC has taken the early lead three nights into the May sweeps, but down 16% from year-ago results in adults 18-49 -- a dropoff that limits the promotional base with which the Peacock could launch the…
April showered the box office with the first record-breaking frame of 1999, posting a 30-day cume of $448.2 million. Admissions for the span weren't quite as heady, however, slipping 2% from 1998 and…
"La Bomba," a sly comedy about two waiters posing as mobsters in New York's Little Italy, received the audience award at the closing ceremonies Saturday of the first Los Angeles Festival of Italian…
Justin Albert has been tapped as prexy of Mandalay Media Arts, the two-year-old indie pic and TV production company co-formed by co-chairman Peter Guber.
The Slamdance Film Festival will spread its wings and descend upon the south of France May 17 and 18 with Slamdance in Cannes. A selection of 16 features and shorts from the fest's most recent…
Shane West and Marla Sokoloff will star in Phoenix Pictures and Sony's "I'll Be You." The pic continues the current trend of adapting classics, in this case "Cyrano de Bergerac," for teen thesps and…
Showcase Entertainment will handle worldwide distribution of Iren Koster's "Dead End," the second indie film in recent months to get picked up, following a screening at the Directors Guild of…
HBO Asia has elevated managing director Daniel Murrell to president and CEO, effective immediately.
The L.A. premieres of "Jolson: the Musical," and new revivals of "South Pacific" and "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" are among the highlights of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium's season…
BBC news chief Tony Hall has been forced into hiding under police guard after receiving death threats.