Amber Entertainment has snapped up movie rights to Brit author Catherine Fisher's young-adult fantasy novels "Incarceron" and “Sapphique.” Amber’s Ileen Maisel will produce. Fisher and Lesley…
'Twas a very merry Christmas, indeed, at the domestic box office, as totals rang in at approximately $75 million, making it the holiday's second-biggest tally ever, boosted by Universal's leader "Les…
During nearly 30 years in marketing and distribution, Andrew Cripps has become a leading authority on the business models and cultural nuances unique to every international market.
Despite a weak job market, local TV news operations added 1,131 workers last year, according to an annual survey conducted by the Radio Television Digital News Assn. and Hofstra U. The survey showed…
Turkish censors got a lesson in the rule that any publicity is good publicity when politicians who recently tried to rein in popular police drama "Behzat C" instead wound up likely boosting the…
Thanks to the billion-dollar grossing "Twilight" franchise, Taylor Lautner already has a lock on the young girl demo.
Sony is in negotiations to take North American distribution on "Great Hope Springs," the Meryl Streep domestic drama.
Fox 2000 has acquired "Go the F**k to Sleep," a humorous bedtime book for adults by Adam Mansbach.
Leisurely but decidedly un-PC comedy-drama could easily lose a reel, but nonetheless has more than its fair share of cantankerous charms.
Increasing its growing stake in the young-adult genre, Fox 2000 has inked an overall deal with teen book development company Paper Lantern Lit. First-look agreement with founder Lauren Oliver…
John Palermo and Hugh Jackman are disbanding their 20th Century Fox-based Seed Prods., with Palermo setting up a solo banner at the studio.
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