"Friends" alum Matt LeBlanc has signed on to play himself in the sitcom parody "Episodes," a co-production of Showtime and the BBC that will air simultaneously on both nets.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger kicks off his Global Climate Summit at the Century Plaza Hotel on Wednesday, with a list of participants that include the fellow governors from Connecticut, Michigan, New…
More than 100 visual effects artists who did work for Meteor Studios, a Montreal-based effects house that went bankrupt in late 2007, have reached an agreement with the owners to get at least some of…
U.K. distrib Revolver, which is expanding its presence in the U.S., has acquired the North American and U.K. rights to "Tony," from first-time helmer Gerard Johnson.
I'm going to be a bit wonky here, but it has to do with a lobbying effort that is going on in D.C. that will have ramifications in many, many homes in America with TV sets. The Motion Picture Assn…
ShowEast has tapped Mike Moraskie, head film buyer for Caribbean Cinemas, as its recipient for the 2009 Intl. Achievement Award in Exhibition.
Helmer Asko Kase's epic "December Heat," about the birth of national independence in Estonia, is that country's entry for consideration in the foreign-language film Oscar category.
London hit "Enron" has nailed down its Broadway engagement, with the play set to kick off Gotham perfs in April.
The Donmar Warehouse has announced that its yearlong West End season at the 750-seat Wyndham's Theater played to 98% of capacity.
Nothing is more precious in dealmaking than a signed contract, says a federal judge.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has tapped producer Duncan Kenworthy as one of its vice presidents.