Charlie Cox, Donald Sutherland and Gillian Anderson have joined the previously announced William Hurt and Ethan Hawke on TeleMunchen Group's $25.5 million telepic of "Moby Dick."
The History Channel has announced the most ambitious original programming slate in its own history, led by a 12-part epic capturing the U.S. from the pilgrims to President Obama.
Songwriter-performer Amanda Ghost has been named president of Epic Records in a roll of the dice for Columbia/Epic Label Group chairman Rob Stringer.
The Hallmark Channel has given the go-ahead to "Dear Prudence," a two-hour backdoor pilot starring Jane Seymour as the host of a TV show who has a sideline: helping people solve mysteries.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, big studio Hollywood hitmakers should consider themselves lauded to the max in Jason Friedberg and Aaron Selzer's "Epic Movie," the latest (and…