Vincent Ward, most recently the helmer of the Robin Williams afterlife picture "What Dreams May Come," has ankled CAA to sign with Endeavor, effective immediately.
Veteran lit agent Ron Bernstein is ankling the Gersh Agency for ICM, where he will serve as vice president specializing in the sale of lit rights to film and TV, and represent screenwriters and…
As any film executive can tell you, 1999 was a schizophrenic year. On the one hand, the annual domestic B.O. ended the year at $7.46 billion; up 8.5% over the record total in 1998.
The Witch has hatched a family. In the wake of Artisan Entertainment's runaway hit "The Blair Witch Project," the anticipated sequel has turned out to be not one, but two pics.
"Harry Potter," "A.I." or "Minority Report"? It's the end of the year and although Steven Spielberg is already safely ensconced in the Hamptons for the holidays, he's inching ever closer to a…
Salma Hayek has inked to star in the comedy "La Gran Vida" (The Great Life), a low-budget pic from fledgling Spanish production outfit BesoBeso Prods.
In a deal estimated by insiders to be worth at least $50 million, the Sanex Women's Tennis Assn. Tour and its TV partner Regency Enterprises have pacted with cabler Eurosport to provide European…
Sue Latimer, head of talent at the William Morris Agency's London office, is quitting to join rival agency Curtis Brown.
Can West Entertainment and Seven Arts Pictures will enter Y2K with a varied slate that includes helmers Walter Hill, Roger Donaldson, Joseph Ruben, Geoffrey Wright and Bob Gale.
On the heels of the successful opening weekend of "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo," the pic's scribe Harris Goldberg has sold an untitled pitch to Warner Bros. for a mid-six-figure pricetag.
The legal battle between Chase Manhattan Bank and angry insurance underwriters over what the insurers view as a bad business arrangement has just spread to another continent.