"Monty Python's Spamalot" and "Doubt" took home the honors for road productions of a new musical and a new play, respectively, at the 2007 Touring Broadway Awards.
National Geographic Films is looking to score a goal for Michael Apted's soccer docu "The Power of the Game," which preems at the Tribeca Film Fest on April 28.
With the Cannes Film Fest set to unveil official selections Thursday, the lineup is firming up, with a heavy American presence (including pics by Abel Ferrara, William Friedkin and Gregg Araki) and…
In what could be a game-changing development in the online entertainment biz, Electronic Arts is partnering with European-based TV format producer Endemol in a creative partnership dubbed Virtual Me…
In the aftermath of the Don Imus matter, which consumed America last week, our European friends dubbed us "crybabies" and "hypocrites" when it came to matters of racism, overt and otherwise. (Those…
Twentieth Century Fox TV Distribution has licensed its format "Beauty and the Geek" to TF1 in France. Production will begin immediately on eight episodes that will debut this fall. The French version…
Intermedia Films has launched an international sales and distribution company headed by current First Look Intl. president Stuart Ford. The as-yet-unnamed company, based in Los Angeles and London…
"Undateable" does not equal unsaleable, as scribes Jack Angelo and Sam Brown have discovered. The duo have sold the comedy pitch -- the real-life tale of romantic loser Brian Wolf, who launched a Web…
Google is testing a content filtering system to keep copyrighted videos off of YouTube with several partners and will launch it publicly within weeks, CEO Eric Schmidt said at the National Assn. of…
Warner Bros. Pictures has hired scribe Mark Poirier to pen the untitled Russian bride project set up at Todd Phillips' eponymous production shingle.