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New Line TV has cleared its latest 21-title theatrical movie package, led by “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,” in 83% of the U.S., including all of the top 30 markets.
The latest version of the flock known as the Black Crowes welcomed home an exiled former member and ended a nearly four-year “hiatus” with a triumphant first show in a weeklong Gotham run.
Former Paxson Communications topper Jeff Sagansky is joining the board of American Media, publisher of Star magazine and the National Enquirer.
The fedora and lollipop are there, but USA’s “Kojak” doesn’t much resemble the iconic 1970s skein. Ving Rhames stars, and while there’s nothing race-specific about the lead role, the whole endeavor should make you cringe a bit when you realize that NBC Universal resurrected the famous name from its library just because it could.
German paybox Premiere has inked a multiyear output deal with pubcaster ZDF commercial division ZDF Enterprises for hundreds of hours of programming.
Blighty terrestrial web Five pulled off a major coup Tuesday night as a court overturned an injunction preventing it from airing a documentary about the notorious Noonan family crime organization.
Fox’s domination of Tuesday continued with more boffo numbers from “American Idol” and another easy victory for drama “House,” according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Adapted by the author from his own off-off-Broadway play, Bryan Wizemann’s “Losing Ground” is the kind of actors’ vehicle that still smacks of sawdust, the claustrophobic locale and dialogue-driven scenes rendering this translation to film superfluous. Commercial exposure will prove an uphill climb, perhaps aided by fest kudos.