Looking to strengthen its development slate, MGM is in final negotiations to acquire a pitch from "Dirty Dancing" scribe Maria Maggenti titled "One Red Paper Clip," based on the non-fiction book by…
Nintendo has more than just videogames in mind with the Wii U, its next-generation console, which goes on sale Nov. 18 in North America. The company unveiled Thursday a new initiative dubbed Nintendo…
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BIARRITZ, France -- French-Canadian action skein "Transporter: The Series" topped the library screenings at the Biarritz's Rendez Vous TV showcase.
Disney/ABC Television Group is throwing their support behind the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) by sponsoring family-friendly activities for the World Maker Faire 2012 on Sept. 29-30.
British filmmaker Stanley Long, whose cheap-and-cheerful soft-core romps saw him dubbed the "king of sexploitation," died Monday of natural causes in Buckinghamshire, southern England. He was 78.
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Disney will take a $50 million film writedown in the September quarter for stopping work on an untitled stop-motion pic helmed by Henry Selick.
When Crosby, Stills & Nash opened their tenth engagement at the Greek Theatre Friday night with a spirited opening duo of "Carry On" and "Questions" they were probably questioning the audience…
A warm Wednesday evening at the open-air Ford Amphitheatre allowed for an ideal pairing of landscape and sound.
Toby Stephens has been tabbed for the lead role of Capt. Flint in the upcoming Michael Bay series "Black Sails" for Starz.
A duo with longstanding film-industry ties, both as film writers and as festival programmers, have been tapped to fill the top programming spots at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, with Kent Jones…
NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke acknowledged that the struggling Peacock broadcast network is leaving a billion dollars on the table each year as parent Comcast rebuilds it "brick by brick."