Former President Bill Clinton, in a relaxed speech to the Variety Front Row conference Tuesday, assailed the media's excessive coverage of popular gameshows and reality skeins over stories of…
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Twentieth Century Fox is going ape over its latest summer franchise and the merchandising possibilities it's likely to spawn.
After months of haggling, Artisan Entertainment and Haxan Films, have settled their long-running dispute by means of a $25 million-$30 million cash payment to Haxan.
Dana Giacchetto, disgraced money manager to the stars, was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to 57 months in prison, the maximum possible under a plea agreement, for defrauding…
Shooting Gallery has named Joseph Tedeschi as prexy of the company, overseeing operations and managing new business initiatives.
"Unsolved Mysteries" producers John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer of Cosgrove/Meurer Prods. are marking their foray into features with the indie pic "Ball in the House," under Tanya Wexler's helm.
Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler are watching "ER" a lot. At least, they should be.
Call it Death Race 2001. For every big-ticket, star-driven pic that rolls prior to the potential strikes, two more big-money projects are crashing and burning.
When rumors started spreading about major layoffs at AOL Time Warner, there was speculation about its impact on the Warner Bros. studio. Ever since the departure of Bob Daly and Terry Semel, there…
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