Moment when children discover their parents aren't perfect forms the core of writer-director Noah Baumbach's semiautobiographical tale of two brothers coping with parents' divorce. Pic makes up in…
Product placement may line coin in both producers and networks' pockets, but overkill can ultimately hurt a show's integrity, said panelists at a NATPE confab discussing TV's bottom-line costs.
Alternately wisecracking and whimsical, Ted Turner took several potshots at media consolidation but largely spared his old colleagues at Time Warner during the opening keynote session at NATPE…
Double Oscar nominee Jamie Foxx said if he sounds calm at all, it is because he is still in "work mode."
Oscar voters proved they are just plane folks, as "The Aviator" flew off with 11 nominations in balloting for the 77th annual Academy Awards. The Howard Hughes biopic was followed by "Finding…
Disney has reupped LivePlanet for three years as the quartet of founding partners shrinks to a trio. Sean Bailey, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon will press forward with the producing shingle while Chris…
Steven Spielberg and Ukrainian Parliament member Victor Pinchuk will exec produce a docu about the Holocaust in the Ukraine based on survivor testimony recorded by Spielberg's Shoah Foundation.
NBC is expanding its "Biggest Loser" franchise, ordering a spinoff skein in which various groups of people compete against each other to shed pounds.
As Sundance finished out its first, crowded weekend, Miramax Films co-chairmen Harvey and Bob Weinstein were the latest A-list execs to hit Park City. The brothers closed a pact to pick up Pierce…
A group of literary luminaries got touchy-feely at a Jan. 14 book party for "Committed: Men's Stories of Love, Commitment and Marriage" at the Chateau Marmont. Andy Borowitz, Nicholas Weinstock and…