LAS VEGAS — It started as an amiable ritual. Each year at the start of ShoWest, Jack Valenti would sit down at breakfast with a few reporters for a sort of state-of-the-union colloquy. The…
The surprise decision made earlier this month by Italy's state censorship commission to ban local production "Toto Who Lived Twice" from national release was reversed Friday by a government appeals…
William Forsythe ("Raising Arizona," "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead," "The Rock") has joined the cast of "A Dollar For the Dead," a TNT Original telefilm co-produced by TNT, Once Upon a…
Noah Emmerich, who made his feature film debut in Ted Demme's "Beautiful Girls," will be reunited with the director on "Life," which Demme is helming for Universal.
NBC has inked a six-figure development deal with standup comic Mike Siegel that will likely land him in a sitcom.
"Titanic" climbed through the stratosphere to $661.2 million overseas last week, while in its wake a handful of new releases posted fair-to-good results.
In their relentless search for ways to guard against potential turkeys or raise production cash, Hollywood studios are increasingly turning to suits from Chicago and London for insurance policies to…
Following a massive spending spree that has seen the Argentine cable market consolidate around two players, both MSOs are planning initial public offerings.
Weddington Prods. has named Marc Vanocur managing director. He will handle budgeting, operations and all business affairs for the company. – Red Ant Entertainment has made some adjustments, tapping…
Oscar nominee Paul Thomas Anderson has committed to do his next film for New Line Cinemas, home of "Boogie Nights," Anderson's recent critically acclaimed totem to the '70s porn industry, which he…
ABC is finalizing negotiations with Drew Carey to host and executive produce a summer version of the British series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
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