It’s looking less likely that “Stone Cold” Steve Austin will ever return to WWE’s ring to wrestle in another high-profile match — unless it’s a videogame. Austin, who represented WWE’s edgier…
Eleven thoroughbreds have won horse racing's Triple Crown, but none since 1978. Primetime comedy also has its version of the trifecta — high ratings, critical acclaim and Emmy notice — and the same…
Neal H. Moritz has inked a two-year overall deal with CBS TV Studios. Moritz and producing partner Vivian Cannon will develop and exec produce half-hour and hourlong TV projects through his banner…
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Netflix’s original series appear to be picking up traction in the social sphere — with digital buzz soaring ahead of the May 26 debut of “Arrested Development” to three times the levels earlier this…
"WrestleMania 29" has entered the record books as the highest-grossing "WrestleMania" ever for WWE, the company announced Thursday. Event, which took place April 7, at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium…
The hope is that by spinning off a new network, FXX, News Corp. can extend the company's reach into the younger part of the demographic most coveted by advertisers.
Zoinks! Warner Bros.' "Scooby-Doo" franchise will go on a new mystery with the WWE, featuring its wrestlers in a new direct-to-homevid animated film planned for 2014.
WWE has tapped Michael Luisi, the former Miramax exec who joined the company in January, to head up film division WWE Studios, which self-finances and produces the company's growing slate of pics.
After shepherding the production of eight films, WWE Studios chief Mike Pavone has called it quits.
Stephen Herek will helm World Wrestling Entertainment's comedy "The Chaperone," WWE's fifth film to lense in New Orleans as the company beefs up its WWE Studios arm.
You know that wrestling has gone mainstream when Mickey Rourke nearly nabs an Oscar for playing a washed-up grappler, long-struggling MyNetworkTV beats the CW with "Friday Night SmackDown," and…