Impossible as it might seem, such classic special-effects films as "The Invisible Man," "King Kong," "Jason and the Argonauts" and "Jaws" -- films that advanced the art and technology of visual…
It's official: Midseason is a far better time to launch a network TV show than fall. With huge debuts for all three new January series so far -- NBC's drama "Providence," Fox's comedy "The PJs" and…
Cartoon Network will launch three new animated series this year and place 14 animated shorts functioning as series pilots on the "What a Cartoon! Show" over the next two years.
NBC is pulling its Wednesday comedies "Lateline" and "Encore! Encore!" for the February sweeps, and "Lateline" won't return to the schedule until mid-March, the web confirmed Tuesday.
The Songwriters Hall of Fame will induct four during its 30th annual awards dinner and induction ceremony on June 9 at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers.
Donna Morong has been upped to the position of veep, casting for Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group.
Years back, the evolution of sound from the analog to the digital format revolutionized the industry, giving sound people the ability to do all sorts of new, but not necessarily better, things.
For the 21st time, Danette Herman will be the exec in charge of talent for the Academy Awards.
In what Discovery Communications is hailing as its most ambitious companywide event ever, the cable programmer will premiere its documentary "Cleopatra's Palace: In Search of a Legend" on March 14 in…
Marcy Polier has been named chairman of ACNielsen EDI, the box office tracking firm she founded more than 20 years ago, and Tom Borys, previously chief operating officer, has been upped to president.
Two-time Oscar winner Sally Field will receive the new Ruby Award at the 14th annual Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, set for March 4-14 in the coastal California city.