Mischa Barton, Deborah Kara Unger and Cameron Bright will star in "Walled In," a psychological thriller to be the first production financed and produced by Leomax Entertainment.
NBC is taking a shot on "The Interrogator," a new quizzer from "The Biggest Loser" exec producer J.D. Roth.
Peace Arch Entertainment Group has elected Jeffrey Sagansky co-chairman of its board of directors.
DreamWorks has upped Chip Sullivan to head of publicity, overseeing the company's corporate communications.
Don Cheadle is barking up a new tree. The actor has signed on to co-star in DreamWorks' live-action "Hotel for Dogs."
Expansively, dramatically, magnificently Russian, Nikita Mikhalkov's loose remake of "12 Angry Men" plays like vintage jazz from a veteran band.
WE TV is upping its fear quotient on Saturday nights, buying series "Extreme Ghost Stories" and "Rescue Mediums" to run in a three-hour block with "John Edward Cross Country."
Unlicensed portable broadband devices that Microsoft, Google and other tech companies plan to make and market threaten the future of digital television, a group of broadcasters and media…