"Last of the Dog Men," the most recent effort from "Stargate" and "Universal Soldier" producer Joel B. Michaels, has signed Barbara Hershey to co-star with Tom Berenger and will begin lensing next…
Rhino Entertainment, whose record label brought us Gefilte Joe and the Fish and a comprehensive Aretha Franklin collection, now plans to create a film production company that will put Hunter S…
Trimark Holdings Inc. expects to post flat earnings growth in the third quarter that ends March 31, "significantly below" analysts' expectations, the company said Tuesday.
In a bid to boost its growing movie-ticket business, Ticketmaster agreed to buy a controlling interest in Pacer/CATS/CCS Group, a Denver-based maker of computerized ticketing equipment.
Jon Peters, half of the producing team Sony Corp. lured away from Warner Bros. in 1989 for a reported $ 200 million, agreed to return to the Burbank studio for nary a penny.
For all the hyperbole about superhighways and megamergers, Time Warner Inc. provided a reminder last week that much of the future rides on a bunch of techies wearing white lab coats.
Finding cash to make indie pix is a constant battle, from lining up foreign pre-sales to securing financing to delivering the negative.
Two former Daiwa Bank entertainment lending execs have ankled the bank to start their own film financing company.
Fourth-quarter sales nearly tripled and earnings nearly doubled for RHI Entertainment Inc. as the TV producer/distributor rang up big numbers from deliveries to the three webs.
Rysher Entertainment unveiled a six-picture, medium-budget slate of features as the TV syndicator begins its big push into the fiscally challenging world of pricey pix.
Walter Manley, whose Manley Prods. was removed by sheriffs from last year's American Film Market for failing to pay a producer, has returned to this year's market with another company.
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