"Northern Lights," Lifetime's latest Nora Roberts adaptation, premiered to 4.5 million viewers Saturday, making it the network's top-performing telepic so far this year.
Prolific TV director Harry Harris, who won an Emmy for directing TV series "Fame," died March 19 in Los Angeles of complications of myelodsplasia. He was 86.
You know that wrestling has gone mainstream when Mickey Rourke nearly nabs an Oscar for playing a washed-up grappler, long-struggling MyNetworkTV beats the CW with "Friday Night SmackDown," and…
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Tribeca has set 27 projects and 24 filmmakers to be part of fest-within-a-fest Tribeca All Access.
Cameron Diaz is in final negotiations to star in the romantic comedy "Swingles" at Paramount Pictures.
Anna Ziegler's "Photograph 51," a play in which characters are regularly peering through microscopes, has the ironic problem of being out of focus.
Once Dwayne (formerly the Rock) Johnson made the successful leap from the wrestling mat to the bigscreen, it was only a matter of time before Vince McMahon threw his hat into the filmmaking ring.
The economy doesn't have World Wrestling Entertainment in a hammerlock, but it has definitely squeezed key revenue drivers such as pay-per-view.