ABC's vice president of drama programming, Greer Shephard, is ankling Friday after 5-1/2 years at the network.
Jan De Bont has decided not to direct 20th Century Fox's "Zero Hour" and instead will turn his complete attention to the sci-fi western "Ghost Riders in the Sky" as his next directing project for Fox…
Following two years of canceled or vastly reduced editions due to budget headaches and bureaucratic hitches, the Taormina Intl. Film Festival moves back to its traditional slot this summer, running…
Andrew Deane and Neal Israel of Like Brothers Films will executive produce “A Course in Miracles.” Producer Stuart Birnbaum is not part of their company, contrary to what was reported Tuesday. * * *…
The USA network finished No. 1 in the ratings among all cable networks for the week ended June 15, and Tim Brooks, USA's senior VP of research, said these numbers could be a sign that the network is…
Kimberly Greene and Camille Tucker, the duo who scripted the NBA comedy "Golddiggaz" with John Singleton, have inked a deal with Universal Pictures to write, produce and co-direct an upcoming feature.
Members of Mexico's film community took to the streets last weekend to protest the imminent demise of local cinema.
Megalomedia, the ambitious British media group headed by advertising millionaire Maurice Saatchi, has become Europe's largest digital effects company by acquiring London-based Computer Film Holdings…
London's abandoned Battersea Power Station will be the site of the U.K.'s first state-of-the-art megaplex --- and Europe's largest cinema complex --- according to sources.
The Microsoft Network and U2 have teamed to launch the band's first official Web site, which will bow with "Pop Invasion," a live one-hour webcast that will emanate on Friday from the studios of KROQ…