Noah Wyle is set to star as a Third Reich mastermind in the Euro co-production "The Populist," to be directed by Ted Kotcheff from a script by Oscar-winning "Gandhi" scribe John Briley.
A strong performance from AMC Entertainment Inc.'s new megaplexes helped the exhib increase earnings 5% before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization to $37 million in its second fiscal…
Twentieth Century Fox has optioned scribe Scott Sommer's futuristic action pitch "Retrograde" for low against mid-six figures.
Marc Schiller, who built and led the House of Blues' new media division for 3-1/2 years, has resigned his position at the national chain of music nightspots to form his own Internet-oriented…
Perennial cable industry awards dominator HBO held to form, winning nearly half (11) of the 24 crafts and international honors announced Wednesday for the 19th annual CableAce Awards presented by the…
HBO and United Broadcasting & Entertainment have decided to sell Citadel Entertainment. A release from the companies said they are "in the early stages of discussion with potential buyers."
Legendary film composer Alfred Newman (1901-70), a pioneering force in Hollywood music, is the subject of an independent documentary about his life and work.
NBC on Wednesday announced that Sam Neill, Isabella Rossellini, Rutger Hauer, Martin Short and Helena Bonham Carter will star in NBC's miniseries "Merlin," which is set to air during the May sweeps.
Actress Christine Taylor, who starred in Fox's short-lived sitcom "Party Girl" last season, has inked a one-year development deal with Brillstein-Grey Entertainment.
Television could be the lifeboat that American democracy needs, if broadcasters would agree to air campaign commercials for free, Vice President Al Gore said at Wednesday's opening meeting of a…