Ahead of the upcoming MIPTV market, CJ Entertainment Inc. & ToonBox Entertainment have secured deals with international broadcasters to air RedRover Co. & ToonBox’s animated comedy series BOLTS AND BLIP.
Independent producer/distributor, Skywriter Media & Entertainment Group has acquired two new children's properties, The Wumblers and Planet Echo, which will be introduced to international buyers at MIPTV 2010.
Cartoon Network's newest original animated series Adventure Time premiered Monday night as television's #1 show on either cable or broadcast at 8 p.m. among kids 6-11 and kids 2-11...
Click 3X has hired ace CD Ders Hallgren to lead Click 3X Entertainment, the studio's award-winning broadcast design division.
Always be careful about projects that needed to be stitched together like Frankenstein's monster. Like the monster, they may be animated but they will never be pretty!
In its debut weekend, Warner Bros.’s CLASH OF THE TITANS broke Easter weekend records to gain the top spot at the U.S. box office.
It’s that time of year when TV networks must decide whether or not they will be renewing series on the bubble.
Cartoon Network has promoted two executives in its Original Series group, it was announced today by Rob Swartz, vice president of original series for the network.
Overall, I like it. I like it a lot. On a sunny day, the monorail ride across the bay to the Tokyo Big Site is worth it alone. During my ride, I not only witnessed a cutesy pop concert, but also some Tokyo drifting.
Deadline.com reports that Joe Roth’s Revolution Studios is moving the XXX franchise from Columbia to Paramount, which would fund and distribute the third film in 3-D.
Leading independent studio E1 Entertainment has inked a two year television production deal with top screenwriter David Hayter and his producing partner Benedict Carver.
Little Airplane Productions' new short form animated series "Small Potatoes" has been pre-sold in Europe, Australia and Canada.
The HOODWINKED producers have filed suit against their distributor The Weinstein Co. over the failed release of the sequel in January, reports VARIETY.
A lawsuit against Stan Lee and Marvel Ent. from defunct Stan Lee Media shareholders Jose Abadin and Christopher Belland has been thrown out by a federal judge, reports VARIETY.
Disney Channel has gained a five-year cable TV license from the official Russian federal agency, VARIETY reports.
Univision Interactive Media and CBS Interactive’s GameSpot are teaming on the Spanish-lingo game site, Univision.com, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Creditors have given MGM an additional month and a half reprieve from paying on its debt, reports VARIETY.
Marathon Media, via Zodiak Ent., has inked a deal with Cartoon Network to bring back TOTALLY SPIES to the network, as well as its spin-off THE AMAZING SPIEZ, reports VARIETY.