The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has issued a call for entries in the scientific and technical fields, officially beginning the 71st annual Oscar competition.
"The Jazz Singer" may be silenced before hitting its first note. The musical, being produced by Hy Juter and Marvin Krauss, has been on-again and off-again for weeks, according to casting and…
The buyout of the nation's largest cable company by the nation's largest telephone company is getting positive reviews in Washington, where legislators, regulators and even public interest groups say…
U.K. Polygram Filmed Entertainment has picked up a slew of international rights to the British black comedy “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,” after previously buying the film for North America…
Paramount Pictures and producer Lorne Michaels are going back to the prodigious "Saturday Night Live" well to create "Superstar," a new feature spinoff of the longrunning NBC comedy show.
"The Magic Hour" pulled a lackluster 1.8 national Nielsen household rating average in its first week on the air, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report for the week ended June 14.
The Theater Development Fund's Discount Theater Booth, more commonly known simply as T-K-T-S (each letter pronounced), is celebrating a birthday in Times Square and Gotham's press-savvy Mayor…
Fox Family Worldwide has acquired a 20% equity interest in Montreal-based Cine-Groupe, an animation facility that is a subsidiary of Lions Gate Entertainment.
Warner Bros. Online is blending digital videodisc (DVD) technology with the Internet to overcome the video and audio transmission limitations that have so far been one of the principal obstacles to…
The developer of DreamWorks' intended new home said Wednesday the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have concluded that the Playa Vista project will not harm…