From the June 4, 2013 issue of Variety
The shingle is developing a five-pack of high-profile feature projects.
India's Information & Broadcasting ministry has blacked out Comedy Central for 10 days, beginning May 25, for airing two primetime shows deemed offensive.
Chopra won the Miss World pageant in 2000, and became a Bollywood actor, like her compatriot, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. The 31-year-old has 45 films to her credit.
TV's upfront marketplace has started to move. And once again, Fox is doing the pace-setting among the Big Four networks.
Kickstarter has leveled the playing field for artists in need of funding. But the influx of pros like Zach Braff has many wondering how crowdfunding will be transformed by showbiz (and vice versa).
Mintz's mantra when advising others on how to break into the Chinese market is "access and relevance," as in access to the right people to approve a film, and relevance of the project — and the…
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If you think reality TV is beneath you, here's where you're wrong.
Variety's Team TV looks back at what we watched - and how we watched
Choreographers on today's reality and scripted TV shows are always on the lookout for new methods to reach their audience and top the numbers they staged last season. They're also often tasked with…