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  • Jerry Bruckheimer to Receive Monte Carlo Honor

    Producer Jerry Bruckheimer, already slated to accept an American Cinematheque award in December, will be feted again with the Honorary Golden Nymph Award at the 54th annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival. Fest CEO Laurent Puons made the announcement...
  • Russell Crowe's 'Noah' trailer: How leaked is leaked?

    Russell Crowe's 'Noah' trailer: How leaked is leaked?
    The drama around Darren Aronofsky’s "Noah" was already pretty thick, what with a hurricane tearing through its set a year ago and studio and director reportedly arguing over the cut ahead of the March release. Into that mix Tuesday came a leaked...
  • Producers Guild To Honor Chuck Lorre with Norman Lear Award

    Chuck Lorre will receive the 2014 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television from the Producers Guild of America at the PGA Awards on Jan. 19. Lear is being honored for his work on such shows as "The Big Bang Theory," "Two and a Half Men" and "Dharma...
  • James Bond Producers Michael Wilson, Barbara Broccoli Honored By Producers Guild

    The Producers Guild of America has selected Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli -- producers of the James Bond franchise -- as recipients of the 2014 David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Motion Pictures. The award will be presented to Wilson and...
  • 'Lone Survivor' Bursts Into Awards Race

    And the hits just keep on comin'.... The already crowded best-pic race got another contender as Universal screened "Lone Survivor" to the industry Wednesday night at the TV Academy in North Hollywood. The work of writer-director Peter Berg, the actors...
  • Mark Wahlberg: 'I Never Felt More Pressure, But I've Never Felt More Pride' Playing Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell

    Mark Wahlberg admitted that portraying Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell -- the protagonist of Universal's Afghanistan war tale "Lone Survivor"-- was more than a bit unnerving. "I never felt more pressure playing someone, but I've never felt more pride,"...
  • 'Remember the Titans' Scribe to Pen World War II Drama 'Night Witches' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Gregory Allen Howard is set to pen the World War II drama "Night Witches" for Boris Yeltsin's Timedale Entertainment banner. Yeltsin, the grandson of the former Russian president, has become very active in the Hollywood scene. He's produced several...
  • Petty Theft: Crime-Oriented Reality TV Recycles More Scripted Series, Movies

    It's hardly a surprise to see a reality-TV show pretty slavishly seek to replicate scripted drama, and particularly its most durable genre, the crime procedural. What's notable, at least this month, is how brazen and sometimes lazy producers and...
  • Charles Roven's Relentless Drive

    Up until 2005, Charles Roven was a fairly successful Hollywood producer with "Three Kings," "12 Monkeys," "City of Angels," "Cadillac Man" and a pair of "Scooby-Doo" movies. Then "Batman Begins" provided a high-octane boost to his Hollywood trajectory....
  • Michael Eisner Honored on Broadway

    It was a feel-good evening full of smiles, hugs, and Disney songs. But this wasn't a child's sleepover, this was the New Victory Theater in Times Square, a space devoted to educating school children as young as four months in the ways of live...
  • TV ratings: 'Voice' gains, 'DWTS' falls among young viewers

    TV ratings: 'Voice' gains, 'DWTS' falls among young viewers
    "The Voice" regained some of its young-adult audience Monday after missing a beat last week as the series transitioned into live-competition mode.  The NBC singing competition, now in its second week of live rounds, drew nearly 11.9 million viewers,...