A change at the top of CBS' "The Early Show" could have big implications for the on-air cast, a group that includes CBS topper Leslie Moonves' wife, Julie Chen.
With an exotic Jewish subculture, a French star and a lesbian love affair, Avi Nesher's "The Secrets" would appear to have all the art cinema demographic bases covered.
A grand old stage vet experiences a tragic downfall in "The Last Lear."
The Weinstein Co. has upped Michal Podell to senior VP of acquisitions and business and legal affairs.
With a mind-numbing array of earnest pics taking on everything from immigration to the wars on terror and Iraq, there's clearly some wariness setting in on the part of buyers, the press and even…
CBS is adding its network of local TV and radio station websites to its online "audience network," which distributes Eye primetime shows across the web.
The Quill Book Awards have announced that Cormac McCarthy, Diane Setterfield and Al Gore are among its 19 winners for 2007.
The producers of the Broadway tuner have pacted to air "Legally Blonde" uncut on MTV, making it the first fully staged Rialto production to appear on TV while still on the boards in Gotham.
"Dreamgirls" Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson has joined the cast of New Line's "Sex and the City: The Movie."
Fans of graphic dismemberment will have a field day with "Hatchet."