The U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved a $25 million financing package for bankrupt theater concern Livent provided by investment firm Angelo Gordon & Co., Livent said in a statement late Thursday.
NBC's national telecast of "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" lit up the ratings Wednesday in Gotham.
Screen development is going ahead in the Russian capital despite the territory's financial uncertainties, as Golden Ring Entertainment has signed a lease for development of a four-screen mall venue.
Under its unique financial partnership with Disney, Spyglass Entertainment has acquired the worldwide rights and negative costs of "Instinct," the Jon Turteltaub-helmed feature starring Anthony…
His life certainly sounds like a movie, but Jesse "The Body" Ventura -- the ex-Navy Seal, pro-wrestler, actor and former radio talkshow host whose surprise win of the governor's race in Minnesota…
Stagehands and wardrobe personnel for the Off Broadway show "Villa Villa" who suffered a 30% wage cut last summer will be represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees in…
A coalition that includes the major networks and their affiliate organizations has asked a Miami court to order EchoStar to immediately stop providing subscribers with network signals that originate…
In the highly competitive game of securing TV and film rights to real-life stories, timing is everything. Just ask writer-director Alan Shapiro ("The Crush," "Flipper"), who recently beat out a…
Davis Entertainment has named Paul Spadone as veep of series television.
Beginning today, the Directors Guild of America will hold a series of screenings of unreleased low-budget and independent films made by DGA members.