Warner Bros. has taken a bite out of a pitch called "Cats and Dogs" from scribes Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.
Over 150 television-program buyers from more than 40 countries descended on this normally sun-kissed Riviera resort Monday amid driving rains and flash floods.
The Labor Day weekend was not kind to Broadway, as the backyard and the grill won out over Sardi's and the tuners. Broadway grosses were down substantially, dropping $1,229,962, to earn an overall…
Good Machine Intl. has taken a big step into the genre business by picking up international rights to the Universal Pictures thriller "Bride of Chucky," the latest entry in the "Child's Play"…
USA Network has canceled one of its two highly touted firstrun weekly primetime action hours, "Sins of the City," which premiered six weeks ago in the Saturday-at-10 timeslot.
Sinclair Broadcast Group announced an agreement Tuesday to buy the seven television stations of Guy Gannett Communications for $310 million in cash, then turn around and sell Guy Gannett's Rochester…
The American Society of Cinematographers is looking for entries to its 13th annual Outstanding Achievement Award competition for television episodic series, movies of the week/pilots and miniseries.
The top six U.S. hits pulled in a juicy $37.2 million overseas last weekend while "Lethal Weapon 4" became the ninth title of the year to cross the $100 million threshold.
Developers of Playa Vista -- the site of what might yet be DreamWorks' future home -- resumed grading and other work Tuesday after resolving a disagreement with city officials over building permits.
News Corp. and Tele-Communications Inc. are moving forward on a new plan to take control of satellite-TV concern Primestar Partners, but Washington insiders remain skeptical that the latest deal has…
Steven Spielberg dearly wanted to shoot all of "Saving Private Ryan," on location in Normandy where the Allies landed, but withering costs stopped him, the director revealed over the weekend.