EXCLUSIVEActress Melanie Griffith has signed on to star in a new CBS sitcom for fall from Witt-Thomas and CBS Prods. "Me & George," Griffith's first TV series, is about a single mother of a young…
EXCLUSIVEVertigo Prods., the company behind last year's huge French hit "Would I Lie to You?," has announced plans to open a U.S. office and produce a string of English-language remakes of French…
EXCLUSIVEFeature helmers John Woo ("Face/Off"), Kevin Reynolds ("187"), Peter Segal ("Tommy Boy") and George Tillman Jr. ("Soul Food") have inked with A Band Apart Commercials to churn out TV ads in…
Warner Bros. has upped David Sagal to senior vice president and general counsel in the business and legal affairs division, where he'll oversee the studio's efforts to develop and expand its motion…
In a move designed to boost its worldwide motion picture capability, Sony Pictures Entertainment is setting up its first foreign-based production unit, at Germany's famed Babelsberg film studio.
Former UPN programming VP Ron Taylor has joined Spelling TV as the new senior vice president of development.
Despite the unseasonably warm Berlin weather, the mood was subdued as festival audiences filed out of the Zoo Palast on Wednesday evening after a screening of Jim Sheridan's "The Boxer."
Horror writer Stephen King has penned an original six-hour miniseries for ABC called "Storm of the Century," which will air on the Alphabet web next season.
Our Lady Peace and Sarah McLachlan top the list of nominees for the 27th annual Juno awards honoring excellence in Canadian music, announced Wednesday.
CNBC has moved toward the creation of an inhouse TV syndication division by hiring Rich Goldfarb for the new post of senior VP of syndication sales and marketing.
EXCLUSIVEDreamWorks Pictures has picked up "Ice Age," a pitch by short filmmaker/screenwriter James Drosnes to be produced by "Last Action Hero" writer Zak Penn.
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