LOCARNO, Switzerland — "Birds Are Singing in Kigali," an upcoming drama revolving around the Rwandan genocide by prominent Polish writer-director duo Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze, is the…
No trailer? No problem. Sony Classics continues to tease Bennett Miller’s fact-based drama with another new image, this one featuring stars Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo. The two play brothers and…
Anne Heche has signed a multi-year first-look producing deal with Universal TV. Pact includes an acting component, allowing Heche to not only produce but also star in projects from the studio that…
To promote their ambitious new videogame "Destiny," Activision and Bungie (which created "Halo"), have produced a live action commercial, directed by Jon Favreau, that prominently features Giancarlo…
MTV’s former head of programming David Janollari is returning to producing with a three-year first-look deal with NBC Entertainment. Deal includes setting up a new shingle at Universal TV, and the…
AMC has released the first image from season four of "The Walking Dead."
Adam Levine is strengthening his ties with the Peacock in a first-look development deal. “The Voice” coach and his producing partner Jordan Feldstein have inked an exclusive one-year deal with NBC…
DreamWorks Studios has signed a first look deal with producer Carla Hacken through her Paper Pictures banner. Hacken had previously served as president of production at New Regency. She also spent 15…
Vertigo recently produced "Bates Motel" for A&E, which is set to debut March 18.
Entertainment One is set to expand its U.K. television footprint, signing a first-look television deal in Blighty with Eleven Film.
Canadian shingle Shaftesbury Films has inked a first-look deal with ABC, offering the Alphabet a flexible, cost-effective approach to development and production.
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