Intermedia has bought "Heavy Metal Thunder," a fish-out-of-water spec comedy that its sibling scribes, Luke and Jeremy Jackson, will make their feature directing debut.
Longtime home entertainment industry exec Glenn Ross is leaving his post as president of Lions Gate's Family Home Entertainment unit as the company restructures the division.
Robert Zemeckis is developing the latest draft of Jonathan Franzen's National Book Award-winning "The Corrections" with an eye toward directing the film.
Oprah Winfrey wowed a packed house of TV station managers and execs when, without any advance billing, she walked on the stage at the Four Seasons ballroom Tuesday night at the NATPE confab.
Coming off three of Columbia Pictures' most successful years ever, co-prexys of production Doug Belgrad and Matt Tolmach have extended their contracts until 2008 and have been promoted in recognition…
"Little Women" star Sutton Foster revels in opening night festivities with Gavin Creel Sunday night at the Tavern on the Green.
Jennifer Lopez has returned to ICM after a meandering tenpercentery tour that included Endeavor, followed by a six-week stint at Creative Artists, followed by Endeavor again. And now, back at ICM…
A spectacular performance by Ellen Page elevates this disturbing slice of designer shocksploitation into a film that's impossible to dismiss on principle. This low-budget but exceedingly accomplished…
The network of Mulder and Scully is making room for "Briar & Graves," a spooky drama that's a sort of "X-Files" meets "The Exorcist."
The big question on the NATPE floor was just when and if two firstrun strips would indeed be declared firm goes for fall.