Columbia Pictures has signed Robert Harling to adapt "Honeymoon," the Amy Jenkins novel to be published by Little, Brown in England later this year.
The Museum of Television & Radio has unveiled plans to launch an annual Television Documentary Festival, the first edition of which will roll out May 3-21 in New York.
Jason Bateman and Paramount Network Television have locked lips on a deal for Bateman to star in the CBS comedy pilot "Kiss Me Guido." Bateman, known to viewers for his roles as a teen actor in…
Reps of 10,000 unionized film and TV workers have inked a pact with producers aimed at ensuring labor peace in British Columbia until March 31, 2003. "The deal is worth C$700 million ($476 million)…
JoBeth Williams is set to topline PBS’ “The Ponder Heart,” based on the Eudora Welty novel. Williams, who garnered an Academy Award nom for her short-film directing debut “On Hope,” will also helm…
Gene Hackman has agreed to star in the MGM comedy "Breakers," joining Sigourney Weaver, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jason Lee in the John Davis-produced film.
A combo of Oscar-nominated films that aren't drawing crowds -- and a dearth of potent releases -- resulted in blah business in most of Europe last week, except for France, where two local heroes and…
With nearly 900 attendees from 50 countries, sports fair SportelAmerica has consolidated its presence on the TV market circuit as an annual event.
An Alameda County Superior Court judge is expected to decide this week whether to issue a restraining order to block the sale of f/x house Manex Entertainment ("The Matrix") by managing director…
SF Bio, the exhibition arm of Sweden's powerful Bonnier Group, inked a deal Friday to build a 14-screen, 3,000-seat multiplex in Kista on the northern outskirts of Stockholm.
Tempers are flaring at Entertaindom.com as senior level execs and tech staffers at the Netcaster threaten a walkout and a blackout of the site.