For this year's edition of Primetime Emmys, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is doubling down on its commitment to show love for interactive programming.
"X-Files" creator Chris Carter has pacted with Georgeville TV on a supernatural drama that will be shopped to global buyers next week at Mipcom.
Hong Kong cinema is legendary the world over, famous for its depiction of gangsters, its gritty urban dramas, its tales of destiny and revenge, laced with chopsocky and humor.
Forgive Disney execs if they hoped "John Carter" would pull a "Lorax" and outrun pre-release tracking by oh, $20 million or so.
Age-old clashes between fathers and sons are the rusty engine parts that drive "Jayne Mansfield's Car," a wheezy, schematic ensembler centered around two families in 1969 Alabama.
With infotainment systems growing popular, automakers hope branding them will make their cars more attractive the way General Motors promoted OnStar (which faces competish from BMW's BMW Assist…
Entertainment executive, film producer and marketing innovator Joseph "Joe" Farrell died Wednesday, Dec. 7, in Los Angeles of natural causes. He was 76.
It may not be the fall's very first kudofest, but the Academy's Governors Awards ceremony Saturday night officially kicked Hollywood's awards season into high gear.
Gotham-based distributor New Video has picked up North American rights to Sundance prizewinner "Hell and Back Again," Danfung Dennis' feature about a Marine's life during and after his stint in…
OTX, a major provider of movie market research to studios, is seeking to restrict the operations of former division president's rival company, launched almost immediately after he left the company…