Matt Dillon, Frankie Muniz and Deborah Harry have joined the ensemble cast of "Deuces Wild," directed by Scott Kalvert ("The Basketball Diaries"). United Artists will release the pic, exec produced…
Brazilian authorities may opt for Euro or Japanese high-definition TV standards in a ruling due this summer that could influence other markets in the region.
The Los Angeles Times has decided to drop promotional ads that featured bikini-clad women next to chador-covered Islamic women after protests from Muslims, feminists and newsroom staffers.
Web has officially picked up the 20th Century Fox Television-produced half-hour show starring Christopher Titus for next fall. Show, from creators-exec producers Jack Kenney and Brian Hargrove, has…
Jiande Chen has been appointed to the position of VP and general manager of Sony Pictures Entertainment China.
Uncle Sam may be due for a cut of the April box office. Extending a U.S. military occupation of the No. 1 B.O. spot, Universal's World War II submarine actioner "U-571" swamped rivals with a…
Charles Busch's comedy "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," starring Linda Lavin, will move to Broadway this fall from the Manhattan Theater Club, which is producing the transfer with Carole…
As part of a restructuring at Sony's global TV operations, former UPN and Twentieth Television exec Len Grossi has been named president of Columbia TriStar Television.
UNITED KINGDOM Capitol Films has picked up international sales rights to Edward Yang's "A One and a Two," the Taiwanese entry in the main competition at this year's Cannes Film Festival. CHINA News…
Shakespeare & Co., which has been ever-more firmly ensconced in the elegant Berkshire hills town of Lenox, Mass., since its founding 22 years ago, took a giant step forward on April 10 when it…
Frank Novak's "Good Housekeeping" will be the only U.S. pic competing for prizes, including the Camera d'Or and the Grand Prix de la Semaine de la Critique, at this year's Cannes Intl. Film Festival.