Lochlyn Munro, who made a mark as Cliff, the hyperactive jock in Paramount/MTV Films' "Dead Man on Campus," has landed three new film roles.
Taking a cue from alternative fests such as Slamdance, four directors who met at last year's Independent Feature Film Market are back at this year's market promoting their own mini-festival.
MGM has officially unveiled two new syndie TV projects, barely a month after a cash crunch forced the studio to bring a halt to its TV development activities.
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Miramax Films has acquired North American rights to "Ordinary Decent Criminal" from Icon Entertainment Intl. Pic, which begins lensing Tuesday in Ireland, stars Kevin Spacey and Linda Fiorentino…
Terry Jones' screen version of "The Wind and the Willows," which features such fellow Monty Python alumni as Eric Idle, Michael Palin, John Cleese and Steve Coogan, will be the opening night…
The Nederlander Organization has assembled some top-flight guys and dolls to turn Damon Runyon's short story "Little Pinks" into a Broadway musical.
French digital platform Canal Satellite has signed with interactive game producer Infogrames to produce a wad of new vid games for its Canal Sat Jeux thematic channel.
Diane Rappoport has been recruited as the exec producer of Paramount's struggling syndie talkshow fronted by Howie Mandel.
NBC Studios and feature film producer Lynda Obst ("Contact," "Sleepless in Seattle") have completed casting on the four-hour miniseries "The '60s," which has begun production in Los Angeles.