Kiefer Sutherland is in advanced talks to star in and direct "Among the Thugs," written by Alexander Stuart, for Emmett/Furla Films.
In what may become her first series since "Northern Exposure," Janine Turner has signed to star opposite Gary Cole and Jonathan Silverman in "Lloyd, What Happened?," a pilot for HBO directed by…
The BBC is planning to set up a joint venture publishing company in the U.S. with American partners.
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How well did ABC do, Nielsen-wise, in its gambit of bowing the Regis Philbin-hosted quizshow "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" as a primetime strip last week?
ABC Inc. has promoted Michael Nissenblatt to VP of broadcasting. In his new job, Nissenblatt will be involved with issues regarding digital strategy and station acquisitions, as well as networks and…
To borrow an old phrase: When in Venice, do as the Venetians do. While those in the industry associate Venice in September with the busy and frantic atmosphere of its international film festival, for…
Overseas Film Group said higher interest expenses tipped it into the red for the latest quarter as it posted a net loss of $48,000 compared with a profit of $211,000 a year earlier.
Edward Windsor, better known as Prince Edward, has recruited top Hollywood stars to participate in a documentary on the paparazzi being made by the his TV company, Ardent Prods.
Canuck film and TV producer Robert Lantos strutted away with $8 million in severance, bonus and stock options when he left Alliance Atlantis Communications, the company told Daily Variety.
Warner Bros. has sold four of its theatricals -- "Deep Blue Sea," "Mickey Blue Eyes" and the upcoming "Chill Factor" and "Three Kings" -- in a combination first-broadcast window to NBC and Turner…
While Cannes itself is certainly one of the premier resort towns of the world, after two weeks of nonstop screenings, deals and parties, a harried film exec might want to unwind in a different…