New Line Cinema has plucked novice Todd Philips -- whose most notable directing credit is the Sundance documentary "Frat House" -- to helm its road movie "A Leonard Cohen Afterworld."
Rebecca DeMornay and Michael Rooker have begun shooting the Image Organization's psychological drama "Table for One."
The U.S. scored a smashing victory at the 45th Cannes International (Advertising) Festival, which ended June 27 with Americans taking home 13 of the top 24 awards.
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Sony-based Black and Blu Entertainment has rounded out its staff with the hire of Brian Morewitz as a senior VP of development and production.
A week after taking a 43% stake in Internet navigator Infoseek, the Walt Disney Co. further signaled its devotion to high tech Thursday by appointing technology entrepreneur Judith Estrin to its…
ABC's midseason drama "Strange World" is the latest pilot to be revamped before making it to air.
Handing environmentalists a victory in their long fight against DreamWorks' proposed new home, federal Judge Ronald Lew on Friday issued an order precluding the developer from further construction…
Despite serious overtures from three other networks as well as several syndicators, the Katie Couric has worked out a new four-year contract with NBC that industry insiders believe will pay her $6…
The U.K. government has moved to guarantee that all World Cup soccer games remain free-to-air in Britain in its new list of "crown jewel" sporting events, but has opened the door for cricket to…
Miramax Films has joined Film Four to co-produce Michael Winterbottom's romantic comedy "Old New Borrowed Blue," which started shooting June 22.
CBS Corp.'s transformation into a "pure-play media company" became a reality Friday with the sale of Westinghouse Electric Co. for $1.2 billion.