Destination Films has decided to play Ping-Pong. The company has acquired the script "Any Idiot Can Play" for a mid-six figures.
The Senate has taken a long-delayed step toward final approval of a youth violence bill containing provisions aimed at curbing violence in the media.
“Homicide: Life on the Street” trouper Michael Michele is trading in her badge for a stethoscope next season as she joins the parade of new faces checking into “ER.” Michele will play second-year…
French major Pathe has announced the creation of an international sales division to be based in Los Angeles.
Neal Moritz's Original Film has recruited veteran TV agent Mark Rossen to guide the production company's expansion into the small-screen biz.
American producer and former United Artists topper Eric Pleskow ("The Little Black Book," "Beyond Rangoon") and Dutch writer-scripter Leon de Winter ("Bastille") are setting up a production company…
Germany's Hypoveriensbank confirmed Tuesday that it is eyeing a number of Bavarian cable systems for acquisition.
NBC's most-anticipated new drama of the season will launch in the most coveted timeslot the web has: Thursday at 10.
Endemol Entertainment has appointed Alex Oostvogel, chairman of retail group Peek & Cloppenburg, to the newly created position of chief financial officer of the Dutch-based production and…
For Eye web topper Leslie Moonves, the address is still CBS. The CBS Television prexy and CEO has inked a new long-term pact with the network and has been elected to the CBS Corp. board of directors.
Sony Pictures has ponied up $1 million against $1.5 million for "South Park" scribe Nancy Pimental's debut feature script.