The WB TV network is yanking midseason comedy "You're the One" for the rest of the season and moving newcomer "Kelly, Kelly," to Sunday night.
MGM has struck a high-six-figure deal for "Gentlemen's Agreement" a comedy-adventure pitch from Gustin Parker and Trilogy Entertainment's Richard B. Lewis.
In its big-budget actioner mode, Warner Bros. has nabbed Haven Turleygood's pitch "The Brig" for Louis Morneau to direct and Joel Silver to produce, sources said Wednesday.
Galavision cable network has appointed Michelle Bella to marketing and communications vice president as one of several promotions in the wake of a recent growth spurt for the company.
Paramount Home Video has announced its entrance into the DVD market and expects to begin releasing DVD titles later this year.
Reversing the usual link of pics and music, "Filmharmonic" launches tonight with Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the world preem of David Newman's composition "1001 Nights," featuring film images of…
Anglo productions ruled again at the Golden Rose of Montreux, the only annual international TV fest for light entertainment programming. Fest wrapped Tuesday.
South African pay TV station M Net, in a bid to boost the local film and television industry, has thrown its weight behind a training initiative for students.
Pint-sized "Jerry Maguire" co-star Jonathan Lipnicki will play the lead in "The Little Vampire," a feature based on the best-selling children's books by Angela Sommer-Bodenburg.
The kids advertising upfront was still moving Wednesday, and while it's certainly more of a buyers' market than previous years, buyers will probably not get the significant price rollbacks they had…
Xavier Marchand, who recently quit as senior VP of European theatrical distribution for Warner Bros., has joined London-based Portman Entertainment Group as managing director of its film division.