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  • Michael Pitt set for Martin Scorsese’s HBO pilot
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    Michael Pitt is in final negotiations to star opposite Steve Buscemi in “Boardwalk Empire,” Martin Scorsese’s drama pilot for HBO. Written by Terrence Winter and to be directed by Scorsese, “Empire” is based on Nelson Johnson’s book, which chronicles the 1920s origins of Atlantic City, N.J.

  • NAB to host filmmaking competition
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    The National Assn. of Broadcasters has teamed with the filmmaking org 48 Hour Film Project to host a movie-making competition at the upcoming NAB confab in Las Vegas. The Washington, D.C.-based 48 Hour Film Project hosts contests in various cities that challenge contestants to shoot, edit and score a short[…]

  • Time Warner may drop MTV, VH1
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    Time Warner Cable subscribers may wind up starting the new year without MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, VH1 and other Viacom-owned cablers on their channel lineup. Viacom late Tuesday issued a lengthy statement warning that channels may be dropped as of 12:01 a.m. Thursday because of a contract wrangle with Time[…]

  • Paramount rakes in foreign revenue
    Tuesday December 30th 2008

    Thanks to a quartet of powerful tentpoles, Paramount is the only studio this year to rack up $2 billion in foreign box office. Nearly 70% of Par’s overseas grosses came from distributing “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” ($469 million), “Kung Fu Panda” ($416 million), “Madagascar: Escape[…]

  • A bad year for the batting average
    Tuesday December 30th 2008

    This year featured many of the same challenges for the Big Seven media and entertainment companies as 2007 — and took many of them to a new level of intensity. While none of the sector conglomerates is alike, The Hollywood Reporter for a second year in a row takes a look at their performance in key businesses.

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Archives for: December 20085
  • Michael Pitt set for Martin Scorsese’s HBO pilot
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    Michael Pitt is in final negotiations to star opposite Steve Buscemi in “Boardwalk Empire,” Martin Scorsese’s drama pilot for HBO. Written by Terrence Winter and to be directed by Scorsese, “Empire” is based on Nelson Johnson’s book, which chronicles the 1920s origins of Atlantic City, N.J.

  • NAB to host filmmaking competition
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    The National Assn. of Broadcasters has teamed with the filmmaking org 48 Hour Film Project to host a movie-making competition at the upcoming NAB confab in Las Vegas. The Washington, D.C.-based 48 Hour Film Project hosts contests in various cities that challenge contestants to shoot, edit and score a short[…]

  • Time Warner may drop MTV, VH1
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    Time Warner Cable subscribers may wind up starting the new year without MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, VH1 and other Viacom-owned cablers on their channel lineup. Viacom late Tuesday issued a lengthy statement warning that channels may be dropped as of 12:01 a.m. Thursday because of a contract wrangle with Time[…]

  • Paramount rakes in foreign revenue
    Tuesday December 30th 2008

    Thanks to a quartet of powerful tentpoles, Paramount is the only studio this year to rack up $2 billion in foreign box office. Nearly 70% of Par’s overseas grosses came from distributing “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” ($469 million), “Kung Fu Panda” ($416 million), “Madagascar: Escape[…]

  • A bad year for the batting average
    Tuesday December 30th 2008

    This year featured many of the same challenges for the Big Seven media and entertainment companies as 2007 — and took many of them to a new level of intensity. While none of the sector conglomerates is alike, The Hollywood Reporter for a second year in a row takes a look at their performance in key businesses.

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Archives for: December 20085
  • Michael Pitt set for Martin Scorsese’s HBO pilot
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    Michael Pitt is in final negotiations to star opposite Steve Buscemi in “Boardwalk Empire,” Martin Scorsese’s drama pilot for HBO. Written by Terrence Winter and to be directed by Scorsese, “Empire” is based on Nelson Johnson’s book, which chronicles the 1920s origins of Atlantic City, N.J.

  • NAB to host filmmaking competition
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    The National Assn. of Broadcasters has teamed with the filmmaking org 48 Hour Film Project to host a movie-making competition at the upcoming NAB confab in Las Vegas. The Washington, D.C.-based 48 Hour Film Project hosts contests in various cities that challenge contestants to shoot, edit and score a short[…]

  • Time Warner may drop MTV, VH1
    Wednesday December 31st 2008

    Time Warner Cable subscribers may wind up starting the new year without MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, VH1 and other Viacom-owned cablers on their channel lineup. Viacom late Tuesday issued a lengthy statement warning that channels may be dropped as of 12:01 a.m. Thursday because of a contract wrangle with Time[…]

  • Paramount rakes in foreign revenue
    Tuesday December 30th 2008

    Thanks to a quartet of powerful tentpoles, Paramount is the only studio this year to rack up $2 billion in foreign box office. Nearly 70% of Par’s overseas grosses came from distributing “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” ($469 million), “Kung Fu Panda” ($416 million), “Madagascar: Escape[…]

  • A bad year for the batting average
    Tuesday December 30th 2008

    This year featured many of the same challenges for the Big Seven media and entertainment companies as 2007 — and took many of them to a new level of intensity. While none of the sector conglomerates is alike, The Hollywood Reporter for a second year in a row takes a look at their performance in key businesses.

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