The director and writer of "Troy" are ready to cast "A Spell for Chameleon." Warner Bros. has bought rights to the Piers Anthony-penned novel series "Xanth" to be produced by Wolfgang Petersen and…
Warner Bros. and ImageMovers have purchased "Measle and the Wrathmonk," the first of what will be a three-book series by Ian Ogilvy.
HBO is seeking another executive to help ride herd on the production of its massive series "Rome" after Tony To chose not to sign up.
Paramount has joined "The Fighting Quakers," setting up a pitch by comedy specialist Tim Herlihy at Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production shingle.
"American Idol" creator Simon Fuller has launched 19 Recordings, pacting with Universal Music and Video to distrib the new label.
Tom Spezialy is getting married to "Desperate Housewives." Scribe-producer has signed on as exec producer-showrunner of the high-profile sudser, which ABC will unveil to advertisers in New York today.
Spain was the fastest-growing theatrical market in Europe for the U.S. majors last year, while France posted the region's biggest jump in homevideo revenues.
Kevin Costner is in talks to play the male equivalent of Mrs. Robinson in the Warner Bros. comedy that advances the storyline of '60s pic "The Graduate."
NBC "Saturday Night Live" star Jimmy Fallon informed viewers this weekend that he is leaving the long-running sketch comedy show.
Offering cafeteria-style chocolate milk cartons spiked with Kahlua at Thursday's "Saved!" after-party had an insidious brilliance.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was among the action thesps honoring those that give them a superhuman persona at Sunday's Taurus World Stunt Awards.