The Canadian Broadcasting Corp.'s largest union has voted overwhelmingly in favor of a strike.
CBS' two-parter "Seasons of Love" is off to an uninspired start, winning its Sunday slot in homes, but with an older skew that kept it fourth for its 9-11 p.m. time period among adults 18-49.
After years of talking about producing its own features, special effects giant Digital Domain has chosen the Japan-based romance drama "A Thousand Cranes" as its first pic.
Filming in Los Angeles parks will be a less cumbersome experience now that the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has persuaded the L.A. Recreation & Parks Commission to streamline approvals…
XM Satellite Radio Inc. has tapped Stephen R. Cook senior VP, sales and marketing. In his new position, Cook will be responsible for building brand equity and awareness, distribution…
Adding to a growing clamor between talent agents and managers, the Directors Guild of America has expressed "growing concern" about the activities of unregulated managers.
Putting a '90s face on the 1957 film "Across the Bridge," 20th Century Fox has acquired the rights to a remake of the Rod Steiger starrer, with "Rush Hour" helmer Brett Ratner attached to direct.
The new touring show from Cirque du Soleil will be called "Dralion," a name inspired by a legendary Chinese creature that is half-dragon, half-lion.
Ivan Reitman and Tom Pollock's Montecito Picture Co. has settled its dispute with Universal Pictures.
As software billionaire and newest member of the cable operator club, Paul Allen, wraps up a $6.5 billion refinancing of his Charter Communications, he is also contemplating a public offering for the…
Lucasfilm Ltd. filed suit Monday against Time Warner unit Little, Brown & Co., charging that the publisher's "The Unauthorized Star Wars Compendium" infringes on Lucasfilm's "Star Wars" trademark.