All American TV's new firstrun syndie talker "Arthel & Fred" will go on an early and extended production hiatus in mid-November, the show's executive producer confirmed Friday.
New Line Distribution district manager Michelle Indick, 28, and her fiance, Andrew Gurland, 26, wanted an unconventional wedding. That's why they're tying the knot during the ShowEast convention…
"Always Say Goodbye," a romantic comedy written, directed, produced and starring Joshua Beckett, and "My Brother's War," starring and directed by James Brolin, split top honors at ceremonies held…
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Fox 2000 has picked up 23-year-old scribe Eric Guggenheim's "Shampoo"-like pitch "Trim" for Diamond Heart Prods.
British Sky Broadcasting has secured a non-exclusive pay-per-view movie deal with Warner Bros., the satcaster announced a day after it emerged that four U.K. cable operators had also done a…
One of L.A.'s top restaurateurs learned firsthand last week of the unforeseen perils of putting together a film festival --- and the associated parties.
Designed to honor an outstanding international filmmaker whose work has combined popularity with artistic integrity, originality and the ability to communicate, the eighth Premio Filmcritica Maestri…
Russell Crowe, the New Zealand-born actor who co-stars in "L.A. Confidential," is in final talks to star as a hockey-playing sheriff in the "Untitled David E. Kelley Project" --- formerly titled "The…
When he's through traveling the globe for four months to hype the release of the 18th James Bond film "Tomorrow Never Dies," Pierce Brosnan will trade his martini and handgun and for a rifle and…
Illustrating the adage that "the show must go on," or just about any Hollywood cliche you can think of, "Meltdown" is back up again.
Friday was a banner day for British authors, as Nick Hornby got $2.75 million from New Line and Tribeca for his next novel "Father Figure" and Philip Kerr accepted a $2.5 million preemptive offer for…