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Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorfs
Nearly every studio is gambling on at least one costly original concept film this summer, raising the stakes even higher than usual for the busiest moviegoing season of the year.
Sunday remains a lackluster night for the broadcast networks this spring as CBS and Fox tied for the evening’s lead among young adults even though they each grabbed just 5% of the available audience…
Stuart Kleinman, who served as VP at ICM and headed Jodie Foster’s Egg Pictures, died April 22 in New York of a heart attack. He was 57. Kleinman was an enthusiastic film lover who attended NYU film…
DreamWorks topper Jeffrey Katzenberg was in Beijing to unveil "Tibet Code," a swashbuckling project from its Chinese unit, Oriental DreamWorks, which is aimed firmly at the booming local market.
A true-life horror story, Dan Krauss' chilling war-is-hell expose is must-see viewing.
It isn’t just the 18- to 34-year-old crowd of dudes that’s tuning into Spike TV these days. Fresh off the success of “Ink Master,” “Bar Rescue” and “Tattoo Nightmares,” the male-centric cabler is…
Entertainment One Films U.S. has tapped distribution vet Ryan Markowitz to the newly created role of VP of theatrical sales and distribution. He will be based in the company's Manhattan office and…
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Dan Mazer’s romantic comedy “I Give It a Year,” two weeks after its U.S. premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival. The British movie is produced…
The search for the co-leads of Universal's "Endless Love" is over as Alex Pettyfer and English actress Gabriella Wilde have been tapped to star.
Many of the top nominees in the scattered field for the 55th Grammy Awards took home trophies from Sunday afternoon's pre-telecast ceremony at the Nokia Theater.