The producers of the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow underwater thriller "Deep Blue Sea" have opted to divide the visual f/x work among 14 tiny companies in an effort to reduce costs.
Mark Whitaker has been named editor of Newsweek, one of several key promotions Newsweek chairman and editor-in-chief Richard M. Smith has made from within the newsweekly's ranks.
In a vote of confidence by film and TV conglom Sogecable in the future of Sogepaq, Margaret Nicoll has been appointed general manager of the giant film distribution and rights brokering division of…
With his latest feature, "Enemy of the State," nearing release, Tony Scott is closing in on his next directorial outing: The helmer is in negotiations to direct Fox 2000's "Josiah's Canon" for…
The 25th annual People's Choice Awards is making the leap to the Internet, allowing netizens for the first time to choose the final winners in the film, TV and music categories.
Gunner Camera & Lighting on Tuesday reached an agreement to purchase Hollywood-based Birns & Sawyer, a privately owned equipment rental and sales facility for over 35 years.
Japanese advertising giant Dentsu kicked off its role as the country's representative to the National Association of Television Program Executives with a seminar Monday that brought together…
Greg Kinnear ("As Good As It Gets") has inked and Aaron Eckhart ("Your Friends and Neighbors") is in talks to join Morgan Freeman, Renee Zellweger and Chris Rock in the ensemble cast of Neil LaBute's…
NBC has claimed the Nov. 2-8 primetime Nielsens week in homes and adults 18-49, but CBS and Fox, respectively, have hounded the Peacock to the finish in those two categories and are now threatening…
Sheraton Kalouria, who oversaw the promo launches for ABC's "The Wonderful World of Disney" and "Disney's One Saturday Morning," has been upped to VP of marketing and promotion for the Alphabet web's…