The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has set the date for next year's film awards as Feb. 13.
The creative team that got "Smallville" off the ground for Warner Bros. TV has filed a breach of contract suit against the studio.
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U.K. exhibition loop Curzon Cinemas has inked a pact with entertainment retailer HMV to open up to 20 upscale multiplexes in urban center locations.
It's big news these days when any network can make some noise on Friday, but ABC was really cooking last week.
TV Guide Network has laid off about two dozen staff members as part of the broader overhaul of the cabler by its new owners.
…to stiff your P.R. agent. Carrie Prejean, at the center of the Miss USA/gay marriage flap, gets sued by her press rep, Larry Ross.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Hollywood's Democratic donors were, at the very least, dispirited about the midterms, and at the very most, sensing disaster. The outlook has improved (common sentiment…
There is fresh speculation concerning a tie-up between two of the U.K.'s cash-strapped webs, Five, owned by RTL Group, and hybrid pubcaster Channel 4.
Hollywood is downsizing.
Marvel Entertainment has found it doesn't need to supersize its budgets to land pricey thesps for its superhero pics.
German distribs continue to beef up muscular slates with Concorde Film recently nabbing Kevin Macdonald's historical epic "The Eagle of the Ninth," starring Channing Tatum, and Prokino picking up…