Platinum Studios has joined forces with producer Tony Krantz to develop a live-action feature from Platinum Studios graphic novel "Mal Chance," with Scott Murphy to adapt.
Speculation about the Disney power pyramid has brought up this over-riding question: Is the job of "studio chief" an anachronism?
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles will honor Robert De Niro with its Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award.
NBC Universal's newly remodeled femme-centric Web presence iVillage is getting a new head of ad sales: Joe Lagani, formerly of Glam Media.
Twenty-year-old Montreal writer-director Xavier Dolan's first film, "I Killed My Mother," is Canada's submission for consideration in Oscar's foreign-language film category.
The British Academy of Film and Television East Coast has reupped Gillian Rose as chair and Harlene Freezer as vice chair for another two years.
Geoffrey Rush will topline the Australian premiere of "The Drowsy Chaperone," the first show of the Melbourne Theater Company's 2010 season, opening in January.
While many in the fine-arts world are slashing budgets, Deborah Borda, president and CEO of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn., seems headed in the opposite direction. Her organization has stood its…
India's Toonz Animation and Liberation Entertainment have inked a partnership agreement that extends worldwide distribution rights for the animation company.
The Mexican Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences chose Carlos Carrera's "Backyard" (El traspatio) Wednesday as the country's entry in the Oscars' foreign-language film race.
Much like its Stateside counterpart "American Idol," the British reality series "X Factor" has had mixed results in producing enduring artists -- but three years after being crowned the show's champ…