MGM/UA lawyers are demanding that Sony stop development of its new James Bond script -- a script that Sony claims it knows nothing about.
Don Boyd's "Lucia," which Portman Entertainment has picked up for worldwide sale, marks the culmination of the latest phase in the British producer-director's 25-year adventure in the indie screen…
Reflecting a sharp reduction in its wide-release schedule, Trimark Pictures has laid off its entire field distribution staff.
DirecTV Japan on Tuesday for the first time released the number of subscribers it has in Japan, saying it enlisted 109,000 customers to its service since it started up last December.
ABC's new fall schedule should help the network stem its ratings hemorrhaging and maybe even increase viewership a bit, said ad agency execs after seeing the network's upfront presentation Tuesday.
Actor-director Tony Goldwyn is negotiating to take the helm of "Imagining Nathan" for Universal Pictures, the studio confirmed.
CBS is expected to announce a fall schedule today that makes few bold changes, but leaves some high-profile series on the cutting-room floor.
Considering that some Palme d'Or winners have failed to secure U.S. distribution, the average foreign-language film has to be seen as a non-starter.
The historic final episode of "Seinfeld" has handed NBC a heady victory that both symbolizes the Peacock's recent ratings dominance and reminds the network that the road ahead may get a little bumpy…
In what veteran Broadway producer Arthur Cantor has announced as a pre-New York engagement, Henry G. Miller's new drama "Lawyers" will play a May 26 to June 13 engagement at Mamaroneck's Emelin…