Having seen his first two directorial efforts crack the competitive Sundance roster, veteran PR pro Dan Klores is launching Shoot the Moon Prods. to produce film, TV and legit projects.
Fox has decided to become a parent to "The Only Child," preemptively buying the comedy pitch from "King of the Hill" writer-exec producers Sivert Glarum and Michael Jamin for Barry Josephson to…
Hallmark Channel is bringing "Davey and Goliath" back to television in the form of a one-hour Christmas special. "Davey and Goliath's Snowboard Christmas," which bows Dec. 19 on the cabler, reps the…
"Tell Them Who You Are" helmer Mark Wexler talked about his very personal docu at the Variety screening series. The majority of the Q&A session dealt with the film's main subject -- renowned…
Rachel Cohen has joined Tribeca as senior VP of development and production. Cohen will work in development along with company head Jane Rosenthal, Hardy Justice and the existing Tribeca exec staff.
New York-based reality producer Red Dog Entertainment has opened an office in Los Angeles and clinched deals with Vin Di Bona Prods. and Maxim magazine's Moving Pictures DPI division.
Citing the "technical challenges of making such an epic," Chris Weitz will not direct New Line Cinema's adaptation of the Philip Pullman trilogy, "His Dark Materials."
After the Dec. 8 Variety screening of "The Sea Inside," star Javier Bardem spoke about the demanding role of real-life quadriplegic Ramon Sampedro.
"Da Ali G Show" writer and director James Bobin will make his feature helming debut on DreamWorks' "The Heartbreak Kid." He replaces Barry Sonnenfeld, who withdrew when the studio decided to make the…
ABC is hoping less is more with "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Alphabet has quietly switched Kimmel's latenight talker to a four-shows-per-week production schedule. Skein now airs repeats on Thursday nights…
John Calley's long history with helmer Mike Nichols percolated through the Q&A following Variety's screening of "Closer."