HBO is negotiating with Christopher Guest and Eugene Levy to write, produce and star in the pilot for a proposed contemporary comedy series set in the world of media and show business.
John Davis' Davis Entertainment has optioned the rights to "Fortunate Son," an unpublished manuscript by Dallas-based attorney David R. Marlett.
Japanese electronics company Toshiba Corp. will follow its rivals Sony and Matsushita by investing in satellite TV channels, a Japanese financial daily reported on Thursday.
"NYPD Blue" star Jimmy Smits is leaving the ABC drama at some point next season, and he plans to sign an exclusive development deal with the network, sources said Thursday.
British actress Katrin Cartlidge, who starred in "Career Girls," "Naked" and "Breaking the Waves," has inked to star opposite Alan Bates and Charlotte Rampling in "Varya," a screen adaptation of the…
The son of the undercover cop who created "The Mod Squad" TV series show has sued the Spelling Entertainment Group and MGM, accusing the two companies of cheating him out of his legal and financial…
Exposure to the Asian financial crisis and a run of dud releases for its Oz distribution banner has forced publicly listed Aussie film and TV producer-distrib Becker Entertainment to admit it is in…
Production on Warner Bros.' troubled Nicolas Cage-starring "Superman Lives" project has been delayed yet again, with July's start date scuttled until the script and budget achieve a necessary level…
Good grief! Bulbous-headed beagle-owner Charlie Brown will be returning to Broadway by way of a national tour scheduled to start in November.
Musetta Vander, last seen as Queen Sindel in New Line Cinema's "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation," has joined the cast of in "The Wild, Wild West" at Warner Bros.
Asia Television Ltd. (ATV) has confirmed that it has found new owners, including American interests, who will take control of the troubled terrestrial broadcaster.