Vinay Singh has joined Gotham-based Archer Gray as chief financial officer. Singh comes to the production, finance and venture firm from Cinetic Media, where he headed the company’s consulting…
"The Fifth Estate" helmer Bill Condon is reuniting with Brit thesp Ian McKellen for a feature adaptation of "A Slight Trick of the Mind,” based on the tome by Mitch Cullin. The Sherlock Holmes…
When Johnny Carson moved "The Tonight Show" from Manhattan to Los Angeles in 1972, with the state's then-first lady Nancy Reagan among his early guests, it wasn't as much a blow to jobs as it was to…
Producer Anne Carey has joined Gotham-based production company Archer Gray as president of production.
Vincent D’Onofrio hopes to find brotherly love with Robert Downey Jr., having joined the cast of Warner Bros.’ “The Judge.” Robert Duvall also stars in the pic with David Dobkin helming. It will be…
DDA Public Relations has promoted Dana Archer to the posts of president and partner from the exec VP slot.
In just seven weeks of global play, "Skyfall," with $918 million worldwide as of Dec. 9, became the highest-grossing pic ever for Sony and MGM -- and is headed toward becoming the first-ever…
Artificial Eye has acquired U.K. distrib rights to Eran Riklis' "Zaytoun," which screens at AFM on Saturday and Monday.
When Apple topper Steve Jobs unveiled the details of his company's iTunes Match earlier this month, he hyped the service by slyly lauding its time-efficiency as superior to that of its competitors.
A comicbook action-adventure, two animated tales (one of them a musical) and a 9/11 movie: Composer John Powell couldn't have asked for more diverse projects in one year.
The Farrelly brothers are taking another stab at TV, partnering with scribe Wil Calhoun ("Friends") and producer Ben Silverman ("Ugly Betty") to adapt the BBC skein "I'm With Stupid."
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