The Golden Globe wins for "Slumdog Millionaire" -- already the most successful platform release of the season -- and "The Wrestler" give Fox Searchlight an enviable chokehold at the specialty box…
Singapore's Media Development Authority has appointed seven new members to its 16-person board.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has extended its distribution agreement with Starz, with the premium cabler having exclusive pay TV rights to Sony theatricals through the latter part of the next decade.
Syndie distrib Debmar-Mercury is moving forward with a national launch of yakker "The Wendy Williams Show" in July.
Wall Street heavyweight Gregg Siebert has been named executive vice president of Cablevision Systems Corporations. The appointment will take effect by month's end.
Live theater's unique ability to put over elaborate romantic epics with a few frantically doubling thesps and a dollop of imagination is the major selling point of "Around the World in 80 Days" at…
You know it's a bad economy when the adult industry is experiencing shrinkage.
After locking down Jerry Bruckheimer and Jada Pinkett Smith last week, TNT has put Ray Romano into its burgeoning original-programming slate.
Edmund Purdom, best known for his role as Prince Karl in the 1954 MGM musical "Student Prince," died Jan. 1 of natural causes in Rome, Italy.
Hollywood publicists have selected Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall to receive the Motion Picture Showmanship Award.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and mtvU have partnered up for the 1st Oscar Correspondent Contest which will give college journalists the opportunity to cover the 81st Academy Awards.