Starz CEO Addresses Deal Chatter, Expects "Standalone Company for Foreseeable Future"
Chris Albrecht at a New York industry conference also discussed a recent deal with Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.
London Film Festival: Geena Davis Calls for Gender Equality in Family Entertainment
The actress said research from her own institute showed there was a “powerful negative message” in children's content.
AwesomenessTV President Talks Film Strategy, "Landmark" Verizon Deal
President Brett Bouttier at an industry conference in New York speaks about "What Millennials Watch and Want."
ESPN Returns to India in Deal With Sony Unit
ESPN Sony plans to launch new channels and other initiatives to take on the sports juggernaut's 21st Century Fox-owned former partner Star.
Sacha Baron Cohen Launches Production Company With Backing From U.K.'s Channel 4
Spelthorne Community Television wants to "help break a new generation of risk-taking comedy talent."
BBC Targets More Cost Cuts, "Internet Fitness," Governance Reforms
In its response to a government paper on the U.K. public broadcaster's charter review, it also underlines its desire to continue airing big entertainment shows and says it wants to be the "cornerstone of Britain’s creative industries."
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'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Stuntman Sues Sony for Age Discrimination
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'Junun': NYFF Review
Paul Thomas Anderson follows frequent music collaborator Jonny Greenwood to Jodhpur, India, to record an album with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur.
‘Beatriz’: Rio de Janeiro Review
Lust, love, literature, loss and Lisbon.
'Big Stone Gap': Film Review
Adriana Trigiani directs a stellar cast in this screen adaptation of her best-selling novel.
'Fack Ju Göthe 2': Film Review
This sequel to Germany's biggest hit of 2013 again recounts the story of a crook who can barely spell but is forced to be a teacher to recover his loot.
'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend': TV Review
The CW's musical-comedy sings when it sings, but the rest still needs work.