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Carrie Fisher’s affection for her mother was never more prominently displayed than in “These Old Broads,” the 2001 ABC TV movie she wrote as a starring vehicle for Debbie Reynolds and her one-time…
George Jones, the "King of Broken Hearts" whose honky-tonk balladry defined the highest level of emotion-wracked country singing, died Friday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. He…
At first blush, the roster of spoiler no-no's from exec producer Matthew Weiner accompanying the two-hour "Mad Men" premiere appeared so daunting that about all one could safely say is, "It's in…
A prime contender for most peculiar wide release of the year, this unknown commodity faces an uphill challenge luring moppets and parents into theaters.
After turning "Teletubbies" and "Thomas the Tank Engine" into major franchises, Kenn Viselman is skipping TV to introduce kids and families to a new cast of colorful characters, the Oogieloves.
The sale of Generate, the studio/management firm Alloy Digital announced Thursday it was acquiring, brings Generate founder Jordan Levin back to the future.
Exclusive: Newcomer Matthew Daddario has stepped in to replace Nico Tortorella in Drake Doremus' untitled follow-up to "Like Crazy," while Elise Eberle is also in talks to join the ensemble cast.
CBS has to be laughing its corporate ass off, having managed to "borrow" from Fox twice - with one program.
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are among the exec producers of a filmed version of Liza Minnelli's recent Broadway show, "Liza's at the Palace," to be aired on public television later this year.
The title notwithstanding, ABC mined "Diamonds" out of the bargain bin.
United Artists has found a dance partner in Matthew Diamond, tapping the director of Disney Channel's hit TV movie musical "Camp Rock" to write and helm "Move."