Newly minted Sycamore Entertainment Group has acquired U.S. rights to Fred Schepisi's family drama "The Eye of the Storm," starring Geoffrey Rush, Charlotte Rampling and Judy Davis.
The departure of Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang opens a world of new possibilities for the beleaguered Internet content giant, but no easy fixes.
AMC oater "Hell on Wheels" closed out its first season with 2.8 million viewers for its initial Sunday telecast.
ABC has picked up the pilot for a comedy from Kari Lizer and Warner Bros. TV.
"Frankie and Alice" helmer Geoffrey Sax is set to direct psychological thriller "Unmasked" for Nasser Entertainment.
Incoming basketball bio play "Magic/Bird" has slam-dunked its spot on Broadway, nabbing the Longacre Theater for an April opening.
Supporters of controversial anti-piracy legislation pushed back against planned protests on Wednesday, characterizing a blackout by Wikipedia and hundreds of other sites as mere publicity stunts.
The NAACP Image Awards is returning to NBC after a 16-year run on Fox.
Hollywood producer and unit production manager Andy La Marca died Dec. 30 from a sudden heart attack. He was 57.
Gotham-based distributor Cinema Guild has established Spark, a new label for arts documentaries kicking off with two releases next month.
Technicolor's Premier Retail Networks and the Restaurant Entertainment Network operator IndoorDirect have formed a joint venture to expand their digital channels into retailers and restaurants.