John Ferriter's Octagon Entertainment has beefed up its exec ranks with the addition of Gersh alum Andy Cohen and producer-lawyer David Stanley.
After starting out decidedly under the biz's radar, L.A.'s Dances With Films fest begins its 15th year today with an increased focus on connecting budding talent with bizzers. Based at Grauman's…
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Not precisely mumblecore, since its dialogue hurtles along without pause, this fully scripted outing milks its characters' knee-jerk inanity to humanitarian ends.
Grauman's Chinese Theatre, which recently celebrated its 85th anniversary, looks to continue the festivities by commermorating another birthday: Marilyn Monroe's.
Dick Wolf doesn't have anything left to prove in television: His place among the ranks of phenomenally successful TV producers is secure.
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A New York federal judge has at least temporarily put the brakes on the broadcast networks' efforts to halt a Dish Network service that allows its customers to automatically skip through commercials.
The ratings news has been pretty grim at CNN for a while now, and it's not getting better.
Lifetime is taking a look at "Devious Maids," the drama pilot from Marc Cherry that didn't make the cut at ABC.
Hollywood producers can raise a toast to Prohibition tale "Lawless." Capping two years of effort by the Producers Guild of America, the pic is the first film to include the PGA's "Producers' Mark,"…
Warner Bros. is ready to reboot "Spy Hunter," launching a new installment of the 1980s videogame three years after buying Midway Games.
A well-intentioned coming-of-ager strong on ethnographic interest but disappointingly lax on narrative.