"Wild Chicks," based on the popular book series by Cornelia Funke, was tapped for a Golden Sprockets Award, selected by a children's jury.
David Frost took in the Broadway preem of Peter Morgan's new play, "Frost/Nixon," which re-creates the famous 1977 interviews in which the British TV host (Michael Sheen) got Richard M. Nixon (Frank…
French bizzers and Hollywood legends mingled at the U.S. premiere of "Paris je t'aime" Friday at the 11th annual City of Light, City of Angeles Film Festival.
The producer of South Africa's most-watched and longest-running local drama, "Generations," and the South African Broadcasting Corp. are being sued for 13 million rand ($1.8 million) by the composer…
Music producer and manager Lee Magid, who worked with Della Reese for more than 60 years, died March 31 in Los Angeles. He was 80.
Shochiku will distrib "Midnight Eagle," a suspense/action pic co-produced by Universal Pictures Japan, it was announced Monday.
A sale of the controlling stake in Telecom Italia could be finalized in the coming months, the deal's chief negotiator, Marco Tronchetti Provera, said Monday.
High-flying U.K. exec Dawn Airey has quit her job -- just eight days after starting the gig. Airey, formerly with BSkyB and Channel 5, took up the job of CEO at upstart combo Iostar, billed as a…
Disney has preemptively purchased a "Snobs vs. Slobs" comedy pitch from the Job Factory, a six-member troupe, for mid-six figures and set it up with H2F Entertainment's Walter Hamada and Chris Fenton.
Martin Scorsese is putting his name on Miramax's Italian import "Golden Door." Emanuele Crialese's tale of Sicilian immigrants to the U.S. at the turn of the 20th century opens May 25 in Gotham and…