"Spider-Man 2" led nominees for the Visual Effects Society's third annual awards, with six mentions, followed by "The Aviator" and "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" with five apiece.
The 31st Annual People's Choice awards presented a plethora of honors Sunday night on CBS. The winners were determined by fans who cast more than 21 million votes for their favorites in 37 film…
Sundance-bound docu "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" will roll out through Gotham indie shingle Magnolia Pictures.
Vincent Newman Entertainment has acquired film rights to the story of Abdurahman Khadr, who was raised in Osama Bin Laden's Afghanistan compound and became a CIA informant. Deal is worth mid- to…
New Amsterdam Entertainment has engineered an exclusive two-year, first-look deal with Touchstone TV for miniseries and TV movies.
Tony Soprano, Christopher Moltisanti and Paulie Walnuts are not yet planning to make any personal calls on the networks, but HBO has begun pitching "Sopranos" reruns to basic cable, attaching the…
"Objectivo Fama" (Objective: Fame), Spanish-lingo broadcaster Univision's first foray into the live song competish/reality show genre, bowed Sunday at 7 p.m. on Univision's TeleFutura Network.
Disney has made a nonexclusive deal to develop multiple theatrical tuners for Hugh Jackman to produce and topline. Jackman has formed a company with new partner John Palermo, and they will be joined…
The bull market for reruns of TV police procedurals like "CSI" and "Law & Order" has driven indie distributor Program Partners to buy U.S. rights to Canadian crime drama "Da Vinci's Inquest."
"The Joe Schmo Show" alum Lance Krall is returning to Spike TV, this time as the star of his own comedy series. Men's cabler has greenlit eight episodes of "The Lance Krall Show," an improv sketch…
Producer Scott Rudin has purchased screen rights to "Specimen Days," the soon-to-be-published novel by Michael Cunningham, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Hours."