Mr. Moviefone is about to get disconnected. AOL’s Moviefone dial-in lines will no longer be available after next Monday, March 31, according to a recording on the service. The phone numbers include…
Lloyd Braun has restructured his BermanBraun operation now that the Berman part of the equation has left the MGM-based shingle. The company’s new moniker is Whalerock Industries. BermanBraum film…
After 25 years of providing theater showtimes and tix over the phone, Moviefone will soon no longer be taking calls. “Hello, and welcome to Moviefone! The 777-FILM numbers will no longer be in…
Gail Berman is leaving the production company she founded in 2007. The former Fox Broadcasting Co. chief issued a statement Wednesday saying she is exiting BermanBraun, which she started seven years…
Disney is developing a biopic about American track and field hero Jesse Owens, setting up the project with BermanBraun and Netter Films and attaching Antoine Fuqua to direct. Producers are…
AOL is teaming with BermanBraun to overhaul the Moviefone service as a broader destination for entertainment news and content — which will include guiding users to streaming video across multiple…
Flashlight Films and BermanBraun are heading to the court room, developing a feature film version of Francis Didelot’s thriller novel “The Seventh Juror.” The deal comes half a century after Alfred…
MGM and BermanBraun have pacted to develop content across broadcast and cable, it was announced today. Multiyear, exclusive pod deal encompasses both scripted and unscripted programming and also…
The Web portal that made a catchphrase out of "you've got mail" is now looking for males, too.
BermanBraun has promoted from within to find an overseer of its growing digital business.
Barely six months after joining the company, Gene Stein has been upped to head of TV at BermanBraun.
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