SpongeBob SquarePants, Jimmy Neutron and a host of other Nickelodeon kids' cartoon characters are to screen on Russia's terrestrial TV network TNT in a new deal for 250 hours of animated and…
CBS topper Leslie Moonves declined Monday to talk about the Charlie Sheen controversy, opting instead to deliver a math lesson about the future of the Eye net and a bullish outlook for this year's…
Zentropa has moved into toon production in Spain backing "Vlogger," the film debut of Ricard Gras, a pioneer in vidgame animation and the creation of virtual worlds.
It's official: Woody Allen -- after making New York, London, Barcelona and Paris his muses -- will be shooting his next movie in Rome this summer, with Italy's Medusa on board as producer.
The European Union's most senior civil servant has moved to quash rumors that the Media program of film subsidies is under threat.
Following a busy European Film Market, Fortissimo Films has closed a raft of distribution deals, including selling Kevin Macdonald's docu "Marley" to Roadshow Films for Australia and New Zealand.
London-based sales outfit Intandem Films has picked up international sales rights for "Screwed," based on the bestselling tome by Ronnie Thompson.
Just as Michigan and New Mexico are proposing to slash their film incentives, Puerto Rico has wildly revamped its program to offer some of the U.S.' most generous tax rebates.
A lot of folks seem to be going off the deep end lately. Moammar Gadhafi claims the people of Libya love him, and he's prepared to kill them until they agree.
Scarlett Johansson and Jon Hamm in "The Philadelphia Story," Hugh Jackman in "On the 20th Century," Katie Holmes and America Ferrera in "Extremities" -- these are among the potential Broadway…