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  • MGM Inks Pact with Comcast to Sell Digital Movies

    Comcast reached a deal with MGM Television to sell the studio's titles through its Xfinity On Demand digital store - in some cases before DVD release - as the cable giant continues to bulk up its presence in the electronic sell-through space to rival...
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Braves Storm of Policy Battles

    Tom Wheeler believes that television programming is in the midst of a Golden Age. When asked what shows he watches, the FCC chairman doesn't hesitate, reeling off "House of Cards," "True Detective" and "Sherlock," and he admits to enjoying the...
  • Universal Says MGM's 'Section 6′ Suit Is Premature

    Universal says that it has yet to greenlight "Section 6," the project that is the target of a copyright infringement lawsuit filed earlier this month by MGM and "James Bond " producer Danjaq Prods., and that it may be many months before it decides to...
  • Paul Walker's Brothers to Help Fill in 'Small Gaps' in 'Fast & Furious 7′ Production

    In the wake of Paul Walker's unexpected death in November, his brothers Cody and Caleb will step in for him and help finish some remaining shots for Universal's "Fast & Furious 7." According to a statement made on the film's Facebook page on Tuesday, the...
  • Raymond Wagner, TV Producer, Exec, Dies at 85

    Raymond Wagner, a producer of films including "Petulia" and, later, "Turner and Hooch" and formerly a top executive at Universal Studios and MGM, died of natural causes March 12 in Westwood, Calif. He was 85. Wagner oversaw TV pilots for Universal during...
  • Walter Roy Beery, Stage and TV Actor, Dies at 75

    Walter Roy Beery, an actor who appeared in numerous television shows but whose first love was the theater, died at his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif., on April 6 from complications of lymphoma. He was 75. Beery supported himself by working as a film broker...
  • Paramount Joins MGM On 'Ben-Hur' Remake (EXCLUSIVE)

    Having already worked together on the forthcoming "Hercules," Paramount and MGM look ready to join forces on another famous character. Sources tell Variety Paramount will co-produce and distribute MGM's upcoming remake of "Ben-Hur." Timur Bekmambetov ("...
  • MGM, James Bond Producers Sue Universal Over 'Section 6′ Project

    MGM and James Bond producers Danjaq have filed a copyright infringement suit against NBCUniversal claiming that the studio's "Section 6" feature project is a rip off of the lucrative 007 franchise. The suit, filed late Wednesday in U.S. District Court in...
  • MGM TV Rides High With 'Vikings' and 'Fargo'

    With a muscular catalog of some 4,000 feature film titles and 10,500 TV episodes, MGM Television has a bounty of material from which to draw in fashioning its development slate, and prexy Roma Khanna, at the helm of TV and digital distribution since 2011,...
  • Passings: Arthur Smith

    Arthur Smith, 93, a bluegrass musician who wrote and recorded the sizzling instrumentals "Guitar Boogie" and "Feuding Banjos," died Thursday at his home in Charlotte, N.C., his family announced. No cause was given. "Guitar Boogie," recorded with the...
  • Mickey Rooney dies at 93; show-business career spanned a lifetime

    Mickey Rooney dies at 93; show-business career spanned a lifetime
    Mickey Rooney, a celebrated child actor who embodied the All-American boy in the "Andy Hardy" films of the 1930s and '40s and became one of the era's top box-office draws, has died. He was 93. Rooney, whose roller-coaster show-business career was marked...