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LONDON — U.K. pay TV operator BSkyB has made a pledge to fill at least 20% of the leading roles in its new, non-returning entertainment shows with black, Asian and minority ethnic folk. The…
LONDON — Leading U.K. producer Charlie Pattinson launched his new shingle, New Pictures, Tuesday, and has tapped a stellar senior management team. Elaine Pyke joins from pay TV operator BSkyB, and…
After winning album of the year in 2011 “The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire are back with a new release scheduled for Oct. 29. The Canadian alt rockers made the announcement via Twitter (in response to a fan)…
This Bluths will be back, according to producer Brian Grazer. Netflix is currently in “conversations” the principals for a second season of “Arrested Development,” the Imagine Entertainment chief…
Rupert Murdoch-controlled U.K. paybox BSkyB has tapped Adam MacDonald as director of its general entertainment channel Sky 1.
The Weinstein Co. has taken U.S. rights to "Blood Sisters" as the first installment in a planned feature franchise based on the "Vampire Academy" fantasy series.
Brittany Murphy's last film, "Something Wicked," has completed post production and is up for sale to distributors, three years after her death.
There are three ways to watch "American Horror Story: Asylum," FX's follow-up to the over-the-top horror series (or for Emmy purposes, miniseries): Try to track the story, such as it is; ignore that…
A quartet of justly regarded British actors elevates Nick Murphy's sophomore feature "Blood," but only to the level of superior TV fare.
The Lord High Executioner in Gilbert & Sullivan's "Mikado" gloats about his "little list" of future victims, but Kirk Johnson totes around a bigger one in "The List" -- several huge binders' worth.