NBC Entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt opened his Television Critics Assn. exec session by talking up the Peacock's “year of improvement” and unveiling four high-profile longform projects in the…
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Tom Thayer spent nearly a decade developing his first feature, "Hitchcock," which debuted last month with Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren in the roles of the famous director and his wife.
Adam Beach has signed on to star in Jon Favreau's "Cowboys and Aliens," from DreamWorks Studios and Universal.
Summit Entertainment has cast Native American actors Chaske Spencer, Bronson Pelletier, Alex Meraz, Kiowa Gordon and Tyson Houseman for "The Twilight Saga: New Moon."
Rosie O'Donnell has signed on to star in and exec produce "America," a telepic for Lifetime about a 16-year-old boy's struggles within the foster-care system.
"Diving Bell and the Butterfly" and "Lars and the Real Girl" tied for the top feature film honor at the Humanitas awards, presented Wednesday at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Dolph Lundgren, star of "The Final Inquiry" and "Missionary Man," which he also wrote and directed. Both are out now on DVD.
Congrats to the all the winners of this year's DGA honors. On the small screen side, winners were all first-time DGA honorees with the exception of Larry Carpenter, victor in the daytime serial…
ABC's "Lost," HBO's "The Sopranos" and NBC's "30 Rock" have scored two DGA nominations each in TV categories.
Talk about a long absence. Ernest Borgnine is back on the Golden Globes list for the first time after winning for the 1955 pic "Marty."