Reality production company Sharp Entertainment is heading over the Pond with the creation of London-based Sharp U.K. Amelia Pulsford will serve as director of content and help lead the new branch…
Fox's latest “X-Men” outing, “The Wolverine,” kick started what should be a boffo domestic opening weekend with $4 million from Thursday late-night screenings. The Hugh Jackman solo mutant pic beat…
Alan Sharp, novelist and screenwriter of feature films including "Rob Roy," "Night Moves," "The Osterman Weekend," "Little Treasure" and "Dean Spanley," died at his daughter's home in Los Angeles on…
Sharp is doubling down on giant TVs in 2013, and plans to enhance them for the second screen.
During the last six years, Nu Image Films has quietly established not one but two full-service studios in unexpected locations.
Changing cadre of on-air talent keeps 'Daily Show' cutting-edge
Nominees include Martin Scorsese, Craig Spirko, Bertram van Munster, Robert B. Weide, Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky
Advancing its plan to expand aggressively in TV production, Core Media Group has acquired Gotham-based Sharp Entertainment.
In pursuit of an A-list ensemble on a $75 million-$80 million budget, Warner Bros. spent months tinkering with the cast of "The Gangster Squad" -- and with the addition of Emma Stone, it appears to…
USA Network's newest drama "Suits" was a tailor-made fit for the cabler, drawing 4.6 million viewers in its Thursday series premiere.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures