Ayn Rand's most ambitious novel may finally be brought to the bigscreen after years of false starts. Lionsgate has picked up worldwide distribution rights to "Atlas Shrugged" from Howard and Karen…
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Longtime music exec and "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson has joined the keynote panel at Musexpo 2006 on Monday at the Wyndham Bel Age Hotel.
In response to the growing Latin American appetite for British programming, Granada Intl. is opening an office in the region and appointing Flavio Medeiros to the newly created position of senior…
The Anthony Pellicano case continues to expand, producing a new federal probe into who's leaking confidential FBI investigation documents to reporters, ensnaring new names and spinning off fresh…
Warner Bros. TV prexy Peter Roth has expanded his domain, launching a division devoted to lower-cost cable TV and reality fare. Warner Horizon Television will operate separately from Warner Bros. TV…
A $10 million-budget pic about the 1980 Gwangju massacre, South Korea's equivalent to China's 1989 Tiananmen Square protest, begins filming next month.
French filmmaker Eric Valette is set to direct the English-language remake of Japanese supernatural horror hit "Chakushin ari" ("One Missed Call") for Alcon Entertainment, Intermedia and Kadokawa…
The Toronto Film Festival Group is setting up a collection of children's and family films from around the world thanks to a C$500,000 ($433,300) donation from the Harbinger Foundation of Toronto.