Prince Michael Jackson, the 16-year-old son of Michael Jackson, has been tapped as a correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight."
Gaul's Compagnie des Phares et Balises and Babylone Prods. have acquired rights to Cuban Leonardo Padura's bestseller "The Man Who Loved Dogs" and plan an English-language bigscreen adaptation.
AB Intl. Distribution has struck an exclusive international distribution deal with top French TV drama producer Son et Lumiere, consolidating its position at the forefront of Gallic TV sales.
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Tracey Raab has been tapped to oversee PR for CBS TV Distribution's syndie newsmags "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider."
To all those theater lovers who never go to the opera, please take note. Vittorio Grigolo in his L.A. Opera debut is delivering an extravagant and yet utterly heartfelt Romeo that recalls the young…
Perennial winner Phil Keoghan of "The Amazing Race" led the reality show stampede to the "Entertainment Tonight" fete, held downtown at Vibiana.
Gallic arthouse production company Haut et Court is teaming with French paybox Canal Plus to develop "Pink Panthers," a high-profile TV drama miniseries centering on the infamous international Balkan…
Several young deadbeats in a Roman housing project try to get through the day in "Et in terra pax," a slow-burning slice of Italo neo-neorealism.
At 106-years-old, "Pelleas et Melisande" may be the greatest opera of the standard repertoire that has eluded popular acceptance.
Shakespeare wrote "Romeo and Juliet" in about 1595 and Charles Gounod adapted it into an opera in 1867, but for his debut at the Salzburg Festival, director Bartlett Sher (whose "South Pacific"…