One of the biggest TV stories of January wasn't dedicated to the new judging panel on "American Idol," the Comcast-NBC merger or even the wildly popular NFL playoffs. Rather, it was the re-emergence…
Sony's 3D action comedy "The Green Hornet" buzzed day-and-date into 35 international territories over the Jan. 14-16 weekend, scoring $15.1 million from 2,981 screens.
With 9.8% unemployment and a president whose glamorous lifestyle contrasts starkly with that of the average Gaul, the French could use a good laugh.john
Some of the stereotypes about Canada and Canadians may be helping the country attract more Hollywood filmmakers.
Rotterdam topper Rutger Wolfson put off reading the biography of festival founder Hubert Bals until last year. "I was worried about being overcome by nostalgia," he explains.
In the traditional Broadway model, New York producers create Main Stem fare that eventually fans out to the rest of the country via road productions.
Rotterdam is developing an obsession with Africa.
The battle for India's youth TV market is heating up.
Perhaps former Warner Bros.' syndie chief Dick Robertson said it first, but it's become a sort of mantra: "You can't underpay for failure, and you can't overpay for a hit."
"The Social Network" reminds us that the most satisfying relationships are now forged through online "friends," not through face-to-face encounters.