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.
What's in a name? About $20,000 to $40,000 in consulting fees, for starters.
Just two weeks after pinkslipping 13% of the staff of cabler Optus Vision (OV), Ziggy Switkowski has left the chief exec's office.
A newspaper item Friday that speculated on the potential demise of the Warner Bros. Domestic TV sci-fi series "Babylon 5" has reportedly inspired calls from more than 1,000 fans jamming the phone…
In an example of the kind of ABC/Disney synergy that is starting to become commonplace, the Disney Channel has acquired all 22 half-hour episodes of the 1996 ABC series bomb "Muppets Tonight" for air…
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"Steel Pier," the $7.5 million musical snubbed by Tony voters and drowned at the box office by "Titanic," will close June 28, making it the first of the spring's big Broadway tuners to flop.
PBS has acquired U.S. rights to the kids series "Wimzie's House," produced by Cinar Films of Montreal, and the pubcaster will be launching the puppet show this fall, it was announced Monday.
The European Commission has unveiled a new system of cash incentives for distributors to encourage the release of European films within Europe.