Pulitzer Prize-winning author and screenwriter Larry McMurtry (“Lonesome Dove”) and his partner Diana Ossana have signed with Creative Artists Agency for film and television representation. McMurtry…
Molly Ringwald and Jessica Napier have inked to topline "Cut," an Oz teen horror pic being produced by "Kiss or Kill" helmer Bill Bennett.
Michelle Williams, star of the WB's "Dawson's Creek," is leaving the show for the summer to immerse herself in Off Broadway's "Killer Joe."
New York judge Gerry Sheindlin, husband of reigning TV jurist Judy Sheindlin, has been tapped to replace Ed Koch on the upcoming season of the syndie courtshow "The People's Court."
Tom Shadyac is zeroing in on his first directing project since signing an overall deal with Universal, and a top candidate is "I Now Pronounce You Joe and Benny," a comedy about two heterosexual…
The Indian government plans to amend the broadcasting laws to permit direct-to-home services (DTH).
Recent British cinema will be on display at Gotham's Walter Reade Theater from April 15 to the 29 as part of "Changing the Guard: The Festival of New British Cinema."
This week's spectacular rally in Seagram Co. stock came a few weeks too late for Charles Bronfman and other members of Seagram's controlling family -- they unloaded about 4% of their stake in…
Daily Variety and the Los Angeles Daily Journal have filed a motion seeking public and press access to the damage phase of the $250 million breach of contract lawsuit brought three years ago by…
British TV programs are too dark, slow and insular to challenge U.S. programs for mass audiences outside the U.K., according to a report published by the British government.