That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. George W. Bush, Laura Bush, Hank Paulsen and Donald Rumsfeld all have memoirs scheduled for next year, a prospect that could haunt Republicans…
CBS has opened shop in Germany.
German distribs have continued to close a slew of deals since the end of the Mipcom programming mart in Cannes last week.
German web ProSieben is moving into English-language production with a TV movie starring an all-British cast, led by Eleanor Tomlinson and David Bamber.
Spanish writer-helmers Luis Piedrahita and Rodrigo Sopena ("Fermat's Room") are set to direct their sophomore feature, bank-heist thriller "Golpe de efecto."
Jon Stewart compares Fox News' coverage of the tea party rally at the Capitol last month to their coverage of the National Equality March. Some marchers wondered how Fox would characterize the march…
Spent some time on the line at Sony Pictures Entertainment this morning in the Heart of Screenland, aka Culver City. Couldn't help but wonder what the legendary lion of MGM, Louis B. Mayer, would've…
Horror label Hammer Films, in the midst of being revived at the megaplex, plans to get into the publishing biz, inking a deal with British literary agency PFD to pursue book deals based on its slate…
Japanese pubcaster NHK is slashing the lump-sum retirement pay of eight disgraced former execs, including ousted prexies Katsuji Ebisawa and Genichi Hashimoto.
Lionsgate has received mixed news from Moody's Investors Service with the rating agency assigning the minimajor speculative grade ratings, while issuing an upbeat outlook for improved performance.