UPN has pacted with Endeavor-based marketing gurus Mark and Erik Stroman, retaining the duo to create and execute third-party promotional tie-ins for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Enterprise" and the…
"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" will become an animated TV series, if SMEC Media and Entertainment finds a home for it.
In what would mark Dimension's first TV project, the studio will develop with Abandon Entertainment a television drama based around online game "Dark Age of Camelot."
NBC and TBS have won the bidding for Columbia's "A Knight's Tale" and will share the first network window, ponying up a joint license fee that could climb to about $12.6 million.
For his next trick, Johnny Knoxville will make his managers disappear: The star of MTV's always controversial and occasionally scatological "Jackass" has discharged management firm Handprint…
Rick Schroder has turned in his badge and officially departed the "NYPD Blue" force. Talk had swirled for weeks that Schroder, who didn't appear in "Blue's" May 22 season finale, wouldn't be around…
Veteran thespians Warren Kemmerling and John Randolph have been named recipients of the Ralph Morgan honor for service to the Hollywood branch of the Screen Actors Guild.
Even Jack Valenti hates his cable company. The Motion Picture Assn. chief said Thursday the introduction of studio video-on-demand services is being hampered by an overly slow rollout of broadband…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
"Entertainment Tonight Weekend," which was revamped for the 1999-2000 TV season, topped the ratings race among syndication's 32 weekly hours for the May 2001 ratings sweep.
Geraldine Laybourne's Oxygen Media has commissioned its most ambitious series ever, "Tracey Ullman's Visible Panty Lines."