BBC America will air a mockumentary series depicting preparations for this year's Olympic Games in London and starring Hugh Bonneville ("Downton Abbey").
Martin Scorsese has closed his deal with Red Granite Pictures to direct "The Wolf of Wall Street," starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Lensing will begin in August in New York.
LONDON -- The seasoned CEO of global producer-distributor FremantleMedia, Tony Cohen, is leaving and will be replaced by the head of the company's U.S. arm
Lawyers for hacking victims of News Corp.'s shuttered News of the World newspaper will formally investigate the cases of three or four individuals who may have been hacked by the paper Stateside.
Fox's two-hour ''American Idol'' again stood as Wednesday's top-rated program, but ABC had some good news too as its lineup -- with three first-year shows, including a pretty good second outing by…
The EU's competition regulator has approved the acquisition of part of famous music company EMI by a group of investors led by Sony.
Rupert and James Murdoch are due to appear next week at the U.K. inquiry into media ethics set up in the wake of the phone-hacking and police corruption scandal at the Murdoch-owned News of the World.
LONDON -- Joni Sighvatsson's Palomar Pictures ("Killer Elite," "Brothers") has optioned the rights to upcoming vampire book series "Blood of Eden," which is penned by New York Times bestselling young…
Jake Gyllenhaal will make his U.S. stage debut later this year in an Off Broadway staging of Nick Payne's play "If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet."
NBCUniversal's Integrated Media group said Thursday that it's launching a production arm called the Curve Films to make its research more entertaining to advertisers.
ROME -- In a blow to former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset, Italy's parliament on Thursday passed a bill to sell-off digital TV frequencies, reversing previous rules under which Mediaset…