ABC and its sister networks ABC Family and the Disney Channel have purchased the network rights to Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and its first sequel, "The Chamber of…
Rob Schneider is not an animal. He's a barbarian. DreamWorks Pictures is hammering out a deal with Winchester Films to co-finance and handle domestic distribution on "Harv the Barbarian," a laffer in…
The Razzies may be ready for primetime. Nash Entertainment has snagged the broadcast rights to the Golden Raspberry Awards, the annual anti-kudos dedicated to showcasing Hollywood's lesser…
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 2.5 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 11.4 Network: NBC
Big Brother2Rating: 2.3 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 6.9 Network: CBS
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars3Rating: 2.1 Share: 7 Viewers (Millions): 12.3 Network: ABC
Repping a chance to watch fame as it happens -- or doesn't -- for four young actors, Tony Zierra's docu "Carving Out Our Name" should have provided a real-life contrast to Griffin Dunne's concurrent…
Eva Gardos' "An American Rhapsody" has nabbed the inaugural Perrier Bubbling Under Award. Prize was established to recognize first-time helmers -- Gardos receives a $50,000 grant for her next project.
DreamWorks marketing executive Marvin Levy has once again been named chairman of the Academy Awards public relations coordinating committee.
Disney has paid mid-six figures to preemptively pick up Bill Kelly's spec script "Air Rage." Premise draws very loosely on the real-life events that took place aboard a Southwest Airlines flight…
Five physically and/or mentally disabled adults travel across the U.S. as amateur reporters in "How's Your News?," a docu that goes down easily enough but leaves a queasy aftertaste. Though…
Beautifully made pic is based on a short story by celebrated 19th century Greek writer Giorgios Vizyenos, who wrote much of his material from a mental home. It's a visually lush production, but too…
Since 1977, Italo filmmakers Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi have been steady contributors to world film fests with their moody, sometimes haunting "documentaries," which use the technique…