Blue Collar comedy staples Daniel Whitney (Larry the Cable Guy) and Bill Engvall are set to star in "Delta Farce," a film to be fully financed by Parallel Entertainment.
ASCAP will honor Annie Lennox and Green Day at its 23rd annual Pop Awards May 22 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Tele Munchen Group has signed off its 36th year with healthy earnings increases across the board.
Bell Canada Enterprises' first-quarter results showed strong revenue growth for BCE-owned broadcaster Bell Globemedia and BCE's direct-to-home satellite service Bell Expressvu.
Radio giant Clear Channel said its profits more than doubled last quarter to $97 million on higher ratings and ad rates.
Warner Bros. and Playtone have set Benicio Del Toro, Forest Whitaker, Michelle Williams, Catherine O'Hara, Tom Noonan and Michael Berry to star in "Where the Wild Things Are," the adaptation of the…
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"Hope & Faith" exec producer Emile Levisetti has signed a new two-year overall deal with Touchstone Television, where he's been based since 2004. Levisetti will continue to exec produce "Hope…
James Bond has switched sides in the videogame world. In a major shift, MGM and Electronic Arts have ended their deal for the superspy, one of the most popular and profitable licenses in the vidgame…
Time Warner is poised to take full ownership of Court TV from John Malone's Liberty Media, shifting network topper Henry Schleiff to another position within Time Warner.
New Line's rushing to start "Rush Hour 3," officially greenlighting the sequel with the aim of launching production in late summer and releasing it next summer.
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