Warner Bros. Television has scooped up Alloy Entertainment, the packager and producer of "Gossip Girl," "Pretty Little Liars," "The Vampire Diaries" and other staples of young-adult viewing, as…
The Lying Game Pilot
Netflix will license previous seasons of ABC Family drama series "The Lying Game" and "Pretty Little Liars" from Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
Innovative Artists booked editors Jeff Canavan on Malik Bader's "Crush," Maysie Hoy on Tyler Perry's "Marriage Counselor," Jeff Werner on Showtime's "Shameless" and Kate Healey on AMC's "The Killing."
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Production sound mixer Edward L. Moskowitz, past president of Cinema Audio Society, is at work on an untitled Rob Schneider series for CBS.
ABC Family has picked up a back ten episodes of freshman skein "The Lying Game," completing that show's first season, and has renewed "Make it or Break It" for a third season of eight segs.
Sarah Michelle Gellar lands the enviable dual role of a former stripper facing witness protection who reconnects with her wealthy sister, only to have the latter abruptly disappear, leaving the…
It wouldn't be honest to pretend "The Lying Game" does anything to advance or deviate from ABC Family's trusty teen soap playbook.
Montana Artists signed 1st AD Richard Patrick ("The Bounty Hunter"), d.p. Allan Westbrook ("The Good Guys") and costume designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack. ("Hart of Dixie").
Amy Westcott and Laura Mulleavy were both blown away when they first saw the climax in "Black Swan" in which Natalie Portman's ballet costume takes on a life of its own as she loses her grip on…
Lucas Till, Douglas Smith, Carrie Maclemore, Kirsten Prout, Steve-O, Taina Muller and Maggie Kiley.
While Tony Scott's "Unstoppable" was being filmed in four Eastern states, William B. Kaplan, the production sound mixer, spent much of the time in a crapper.