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Partnership creates three English language channels geared at youth and female audiences
Ridley Scott will produce through his company Scott Free, but it may not be his next directorial effort
On Fox conference call, "Star Trek actor says William Bell is a fitting sign off
Actor says he will hang up the pointy ears and retire from acting
Craig Gillespie is directing Marti Noxon's adaptation of the 1985 cult classic for DreamWorks
Company’s DVD, Blu-Ray sales, cost-cutting help offset advertising slide
Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel nominations honor 32 different films
The TNT drama has figured out how to make a seemingly non-nerdy show appeal to the biggest TV geeks
"Star Trek" creator thought of 1974 pilot-turned-TV movie as "the one that got away," his son says
"Star Trek" and "Transformers" also receive feature-film nods for sound mixing
They have delivered a message with their nominations: James Cameron will like it, but Clint Eastwood won't
Trekkies, mark your calendars for June 29, 2012
Seven films remain in contention for the visual effects award
Studio report card: It's been a big year, from "Star Trek" to Oscar contender "Up in the Air"
llegally downloaded nearly 11 million times just edging out "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
Paramount title rules for week of Nov. 22.
Now awards campaigns comprise mostly trade ads and guild screenings featuring Q&As with the filmmakers.
"Everybody said, you’re crazy, why would you go back to L.A., you’re a Broadway star. But I said, no."
Seven TV icons will join the TV Academy's elite group. Also selected: Candice Bergen and Don Pardo.
After 38 years, the mostly reviled film about telephone sex is being revived and hailed as a cult classic.
They're doing the sequel to "G.I. Joe" - but cheaper, and good this time!
Comedies are good, dramas are bad ... and Transformers are safe.
Rod Roddenberry is bringing a graphic novel -- and a dive team -- to San Diego.
Raunchy comedy is the first summer movie to be No. 1 for two consecutive weeks.
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale