Trio of Stage Parodies of the E.L. James Book Racing to Cash in on 'Grey' Phenomenon
From the March 26, 2013 issue of Variety
The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
Despite its relative youth, there's a tremendous amount of tradition surrounding the media business.
Gossip heats up over which auteurs will make the Croisette cut as fest plays close to the vest.
Mara Brock Akil put on a hard hat and got out a hammer and nails to rebuild "The Game" for the BET sitcom's sixth season, which bows March 26.
Independent filmmakers may have Sundance, but indie gamemakers head to San Francisco.
No one whose last name isn't Warner has held top posts at Warner Bros. as long as Barry Meyer.
Hollywood is starting to spread the tentpole wealth more effectively across the calendar.
Consistent with my habit of dispensing unsolicited advice, Jon, here is my response to your announcement that you plan to direct your first movie: Don't do it.
"Defiance" is an apt title for a venture that defies the traditional programming playbook.
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