NBC might bring back the critically hailed "Freaks and Geeks" for one night this summer -- but the odds of the show being revived elsewhere are growing longer.
Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald have renewed their contract as co-heads of DreamWorks Pictures, signing on for six more years in a deal that also calls for them to produce more pictures themselves…
Tele-Munchen, one of Germany's few remaining unlisted film and TV players, is headed for the German stock exchange early next year.
Golden Harvest Entertainment chairman Raymond Chow has sold a $13.2 million stake in the film exhibition and distribution company.
GERMANY Robert Manson, managing director of major Australian exhibition chain Greater Union, is relocating to Hamburg. While a successor has not yet been announced, the news of Manson's move, thought…
The network upfront sales market kicked off to a strong start Monday, with the bulk of primetime sales expected to wrap by week's end.
Nickelodeon and Good Machine have beaten out several other bidders for the screen rights to "Sector 7," an animated children's book by David Wiesner. The film will be developed as a directing vehicle…
Will Ferrell has signed to join Mike Myers in "Dieter," the Universal/Imagine comedy directed by Bo Welch and produced by Brian Grazer.
Despite comments from foreign TV buyers that the new crop of U.S. series look like "good bets" for their own home skeds, several storm clouds are hanging over business at the L.A. Screenings.
Creative Artists Agency has boosted its new-media efforts with seven agents, a move that signals the division's quadrupling of its ranks in less than a year.
Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin ("Children of a Lesser God") will join Camryn Manheim ("The Practice") in the ABC telepic "The Last Laugh," an update of Edmond Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac."…
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