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Taylor Swift is the latest addition to the cast of Phil Noyce’s “The Giver.” The Weinstein Company and Walden Media’s adaptation of Lois Lowry’s 1993 YA novel stars Meryl Streep and Jeff…
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Spectacle-driven film franchises will decline and there will be renewed interest and investment in story-driven features, United Talent Agency CEO and co-founder Jeremy Zimmer predicted Thursday. “I…
Errol Morris goes mano-a-mano with Donald Rumsfeld in this coolly hypnotic conceptual sequel to 'The Fog of War.'
Ronald Colby, a vet of films and TV shows like Francis Ford Coppola's "The Outsiders" and the Ed Zwick/Marshall Herskowitz TV movie "Extreme Close-Up," says he saw the flight of production from…
That old Hollywood warhorse, the awards TelePrompTer, leaped from the fringes of the Beverly Hilton to the center of conversation at the annual Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. installation luncheon.
For the native New Yorker, Austin's affiliation with Ronald McDonald House has been important both personally and professionally: "The fact that my mom's an oncology nurse means I've been very close…
Warner Bros. has added another European shingle to its portfolio of production companies.
Warner Bros.' U.K.-based international TV production arm is partnering with John de Mol's Talpa Media to sell, adapt and produce entertainment formats owned by Talpa.
Shed Media, the U.K. shingle whose shows include "Supernanny" and "Who Do You Think You Are?" has concluded a deal with Warner Bros. that values the company at around £100 million ($158 million).
A quality scripted show never really gets canceled -- it just hits the road.