California Assemblyman Anthony Portantino admits that his bill to penalize gate crashers isn't life-or-death stuff, but he says it is a safety issue, and Sacramento lawmakers are poised to pass it…
Hispano Fox Film has picked up Spanish theatrical and DVD rights to "Aguila roja, la pelicula" (Red Eagle, The Movie), the feature film adaptation of swashbuckler "Red Eagle," Spain's biggest TV…
Confirming early details of its 2010-11 lineup, giant Gallic paybox Canal Plus has acquired upcoming U.S. dramas "The Event" and "Body of Proof."
Spain's Imagina Intl. Sales has initiated deals on "Pajaros de papel" (Paper Birds), licensing the Spanish comedian troupe drama to Japan.
U.K.-based production and distribution giant All3Media has finalized the purchase of shingle Optomen and its joint venture with TV chef Gordon Ramsay, One Potato Two Potato.
Danny Boyle's true-life pic "127 Hours" will close this year's BFI London Film Festival on Oct. 28, with the helmer and star James Franco expected to be in attendance for the European preem.
Hyphenate Andrea Savage ("Dinner for Schmucks") has joined the cast of FX's adaptation of Australian laffer "Wilfred."
In a sign of Spain's sometimes striking tolerance toward piracy, two regions in Catalonia have suggested penalty-free zones for bootleggers.
Sacramento's response to "gate-crashers": Solons are mulling a law that would leave little doubt that it's a crime.
Hollywood's split over 'Net neutrality was on full display Thursday, as the Writers Guild of America voiced support for an FCC proposal to establish its authority over the Internet while Hollywood's…