Time Warner Inc. Thursday unveiled Batman the Ride, the newest rollercoaster at its Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park.
Two Warner Bros. outfits, New Regency Prods. and Arnold Kopelson Prods., picked up the rights Wednesday to "Executive Privilege," a Washington, D.C.-set thriller penned by two unproduced Chicago…
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New Regency Prods. outbid Warner Bros. Friday for Carol Heikkinen's "Empire," offering the scribe $ 325,000 and another $ 200,000 if the film is made, as well as a percentage of soundtrack and…
Morgan Creek Prods. has paid six figures to buy an action-adventure screenplay by "Heartbreak Ridge" and "No Mercy" scribe Jim Carabatsos. The script, called "Cairo," is about a New York cop out to…
The deal to pump life into Cannon Pictures has apparently fallen through, as would-be rescuer Panda Pictures filed a $ 20 million suit that accuses the indie of, among other things, lying about its…
Michael Laney has left Walt Disney's feature animation division for the veepee of operations job at Warner Bros. feature animation division, as the cross-town rival beefs up its movie toon business.
The two executives who created A&M Films are pairing up again, lining up a 10 - to 12-pic, two-year deal with Warner Bros.
Ronna Wallace, who ankled Live Entertainment several weeks ago, has taken over as senior veepee of acquisitions of Samuel Goldwyn Co.
Kushner-Locke Co. raised $ 16.1 million in a convertible bond offering to pay for TV production and build its motion picture business, among other items.
H.N. Swanson Inc., the writer and director percentery, hired Larry Kennar away from the Maggie Field Agency.