Don't flip the switch just yet -- that's what the incoming Obama administration urged Congress on Thursday regarding the long-planned Feb. 17 transition to all-digital broadcasting.
ICM has inked Natalie Zea. Zea starred on ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money" and her credits include "The Shield" and "Two and a Half Men." She was previously repped by William Morris.
The Directors Guild of America has honored the helmers of five leading awards contenders by nominating Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire"), David Fincher ("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"), Ron…
French paybox Canal Plus has reupped its exclusive partnership with the Cannes Film Festival until 2011.
Isolation, escape and the complexities of communication and relationships are among the universal themes explored by the first 12 international titles selected by the Berlinale's Forum sidebar.
The Gothenburg Film Festival, which unspools Jan. 22, will offer its widest of spectrum of fare in years, including sidebars devoted to new Turkish pics and gay cinema.
Thanks to megahit "Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis," Gallic films bested U.S. movies in France last year and cinema admissions rose an eye-catching 6.2% to 188.8 million.
"The Dark Knight" soared away with every trophy it was nominated for Wednesday at the 35th annual fan-favorite CBS ceremony.
Two superheroes, James Bond, a plucky robot and a Mumbai slumdog will face off for honors from the Cinema Audio Society.
"Good Morning America" and "Lost" may be among the first Disney-ABC shows to get the widget treatment.
Legit agent Peter Hagan has joined Abrams Artists, bringing with him a roster of clients including Garry Hines, Walter Bobbie, Beth Henley, Lynn Nottage and Horton Foote.