This northwestern Connecticut town's on-again, off-again Playhouse, which was dark last summer and is for sale, will be re-lit this summer by producer Kevin J. Kearins and his Yorktown Theater Co.…
Former CBS entertainment prexy Peter Tortorici is expected to be named to the top executive post at Telemundo after Sony and Liberty Media's purchase of the U.S. Spanish-language network is…
HBO is looking to make an original cable feature about "Einstein's Love Letters," a project based on New York Times' journo Robin Pogrebin's June 1 story about the series of love letters that Albert…
One of the nation's most prolific copyright pirates has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.
As its 75th Anniversary Festival of Classics continues a successful tour of the nation's major cities, Warner Bros. has created a new classics division to make the rest of its 6,000-title library…
Studios USA has decided not to produce the Harry Hamlin comedy "Movie Stars," which the WB netlet has ordered for midseason, the studio confirmed Thursday.
Michael Clarke Duncan is segueing from helping to save the world in "Armageddon" to saving Tom Hanks in Castle Rock Entertainment's "The Green Mile."
Charles Isherwood has been appointed chief theater critic of Variety and Daily Variety, vice president and editor-in-chief Peter Bart announced.
James Pentecost, who produced Disney's "Pocahontas," has reupped and restructured his exclusive deal with the Mouse House for another three years, Disney announced Thursday.
House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) promised entertainment industry lobbyists Thursday that he would support legislation necessary for U.S. ratification of two important copyright treaties.