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Nina Tassler is stepping down from her role of chairman of CBS Entertainment, Variety has learned, with plans to exit at the end of the year. She cited the pursuit of other creative endeavors as the…
James Gandolfini, who brought a balance of intensity and vulnerability to his portrayal of conflicted mob boss Tony Soprano that made him among the most respected actors of his generation, died…
The Walt Disney Co.’s plans to transform a slice of its bucolic ranch near Santa Clarita into a 21st century production center gained a key approval on Wednesday, as the Los Angeles County regional…
CBS has upped Glenn Geller to exec vice prez of current programming, consolidating the current departments of CBS Entertainment and production arm CBS TV Studios. David Brownfield, who led CBS…
An hourlong final-season opener of "How I Met Your Mother" kicks things off Sept. 23, the night after co-star Neil Patrick Harris hosts the Emmys.
Martin Franks has been a quiet power behind the throne at CBS for a quarter century. On Wednesday, he took a moment in the spotlight to announce his plan to retire on Sept. 30. Franks, exec veep of…
Christopher Nolan is in negotiations to direct his brother Jonathan Nolan's script "Interstellar" for Paramount and Warner Bros., where Nolan's Syncopy banner is based.
Broadband content producer Machinima announced layoffs Friday that will trim less than 10% of the company.
Millennium and Dobre Films have set up the action thriller "P.O.V." with Ric Roman Waugh helming.
Starz is giving a direct-to-series order for pirate adventure series "Black Sails" from exec producer Michael Bay.
The first movie theater in Egypt opened in 1897, the same year the Lumiere brothers sent a cameraman to shoot the earliest moving images of the land of the pharaohs.