Complete list of winners at the 59th primetime Emmy Awards.
Emmy honored a collection of fresh faces Sunday night, bringing new blood to a kudosfest frequently criticized for sticking with the old guard.
Brad Grey came backstage with the producers of "The Sopranos" and said "The decade we've spent together has been the most glorious part of our show business careers."
"Never Forever," an English-language melodrama by Korean helmer Gina Kim, is to get a North American theatrical release following a Toronto deal with Arts Alliance America, formerly Hart Sharp Video.
On the eve of the release of his offbeat musical "Southland Tales," Richard Kelly has joined producing partner Sean McKittrick and financier Ted Hamm to form Darko Entertainment.
Castle Rock Entertainment has purchased J. Mills Goodloe's pitch "Seventy-Two Days" in a preemptive bid.
MTV Films is bringing the YouTube phenomenon Million Dollar Strong to the bigscreen, with Todd Phillips aboard to produce.
"Kung Fu" has a new master. Max Makowski ("One Last Dance") is stepping in to helm Legendary Pictures' bigscreen adaptation of the 1970s TV skein now that director siblings Albert and Allen Hughes…
Steven Zaillian has signed on to adapt Khaled Hosseini's bestselling novel "A Thousand Splendid Suns" and is attached to direct the Columbia Pictures drama.
Independent film has a new corporate friend: Samsung. The Korean electronics maker has partnered with Landmark Theaters to promote indie pics, beginning with Sean Penn's "Into the Wild."
"Broken Trail" has now earned AMC its most Emmy gold ever -- four wins, including three top prizes on Sunday.