TV marketing execs are devising dozens of ideas to introduce new series and convince the public not only to sample them but to stick around.
Warner Bros. has a big party planned for the 75th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz.” The studio plans an extensive $25 million marketing campaign around the film that will involve its theatrical…
Jeff Robinov has departed Warner Bros. as president of Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group, culminating several weeks of mounting tensions among executives at the Burbank lot. The announcement came…
Warner Bros. has big plans for the 75th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz." Imax will unspool a remastered 3D version of the film in theaters for one week beginning Sept. 20 in North America, to…
Networks — especially cable — have become more likely to give social media and on-demand viewing time to work their magic before yanking series.
"I resent this levity, sir." So says besuited neatnik John Simm as Gibbs, who has just been accused of plotting to murder his boss. That his line and plight are met with raucous laughter is…
A Second Generation program will be one of the highlights of the 27th Israel Film Fest, running April 18-May 2 in Beverly Hills.
As opposed to doling out unsolicited advice, it's often much easier for columnists to sit back waiting for newsmakers to lay eggs – golden or otherwise – and then scramble or praise them accordingly…
Well-meaning, overly earnest and sometimes just plain ill judged, "Who Is Dayani Cristal?" uses the discovery of an unidentified male body in Arizona's Sonora desert as the starting point for a sad…
All eyes are on Netflix as it continues to surprise the market -- for better or worse -- with new deals and developments.
The nascent Arcana/Benderspink comics partnership has brought on Atlas Entertainment to produce a pair of projects -- "Kill on Sight" and "Langley High."
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- Damien Chazelle Becomes Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History for ‘La La Land’
- ‘Moonlight’ Writers Dedicate Best Adapted Screenplay Win to the Underrepresented
- Viola Davis Becomes First Black Actor to Win an Oscar, Emmy & Tony