On a day when some of the biggest congloms were making acquisitions, Viacom announced it was making a sale. Conglom said Wednesday that it's selling Famous Music, a publishing division that owns…
All those videos of cats playing the piano and Mentos-powered Diet Coke geysers will soon be available on your television. YouTube has brokered a deal with Apple that will see the online video…
Harry Potter will be back two days earlier than scheduled as Warner Bros. has moved the U.S. opening of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" from July 13 to July 11.
Miramax Films and producer Scott Rudin have locked the "Half Nelson" team of Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden to adapt the Marisha Pessl novel "Special Topics in Calamity Physics."
In the surest sign yet that he will jump into the presidential race, actor and former senator Fred Thompson is taking the initial first steps toward forming a fund-raising apparatus.
After more than a decade of trying, Diane English has a solid cast and an Aug. 6 start date for "The Women," the remake of the 1939 classic that she adapted and will direct.
Universal Pictures will develop a remake of the 1939 comedy "Midnight" as a star vehicle for Reese Witherspoon scripted by Oscar-winning scribe Michael Arndt. Stuber/Parent will produce with…
On the heels of the breakout success of Warner's "300," Avi Lerner's Millennium Films is delving into the live-action sword-and-sandals genre, developing a Hercules feature.
Film Independent has announced that "Transformers" will hold its Los Angeles premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 27.
For anyone tracking the Latino presence on television, May was a zero-sum month. First, ABC canceled long-running sitcom "George Lopez," prompting its titular star to complain, "TV just became…
The Alma Awards, which began in 1995 as the Bravo Awards, may not have the cachet or name recognition of the NAACP Image or GLAAD Awards, but their purpose is just as important: to celebrate the…