Alive Entertainment has pacted with Fireworks Intl. to finance, produce and develop drama series and miniseries.
I am sad to hear the news that our colleague here at Variety, Army Archerd, who had an amazing 52-year career as a daily columnist, passed away today at the age of 87. He continued his column online…
The Korean box office notched up an August record, topping out at $124.9 million, according to the Korean Film Council (Kofic).
The MPAA has enlisted Indian exhibs including Adlabs and Fun in an initiative to end piracy via camcording in major cities.
As the American public was riveted by the spectacle of riot police suppressing the massive demonstrations disputing the results of Iran's June 12 election, one crack appeared in the wall between the…
British screenwriter Richard Curtis has agreed to write an episode of sci-fi fave "Doctor Who" to "impress his children."
In a move designed to raise the profile of one of rap music's venerable brands, Snoop Dogg has been named creative chairman of EMI's Priority Records.
Post-natal anxiety and the intense vitality of the city of Naples were the two main themes for "The White Space."
Removing a roadblock from production of "The Hobbit" films, New Line has settled with the Tolkien Trust and HarperCollins in a suit over profit participation by Tolkien's heirs in "The Lord of the…
D Films, a Toronto boutique distrib that hung its shingle two weeks ago, has nabbed all Canuck rights to Toronto festival opener "Creation," it was announced Tuesday.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. While the media soaks in Michael Moore's latest, "Capitalism: A Love Story," which calls the bailouts a "financial coup d'etat," there's another…