Screenwriter Robert King, whose credits include "Clean Slate" and "Speechless," will make his directing debut on the Disney telefilm "The Principal Takes a Holiday" for ABC.
Keanu Reeves is near a deal to star in "Matrix," the big-budget sci-fi film to be directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski. Reeves will be paid nearly $10 million against 10% of the gross. Joel Silver…
Leonardo DiCaprio is making room for "The Crowded Room." The actor, who last starred in "Romeo & Juliet," has been in negotiations for the coveted role that had drawn the interest of several actors…
Planners on Thursday unveiled details for the for the Hollywood Spectacular entertainment complex, including a 550-seat Hollywood Experience theater that will show a pair of 70 mm non-fiction films.
Salah M. Hassanein has filed suit against Warner Bros., charging that the studio failed to pay him all that he was due during his tenure overseeing international exhibition for the studio.
Labor and industry reps met with state officials to air their concerns over a new measure they say lowers the standards for studio teachers.
Karl Malden, Robert Urich, Chuck Hayward, Yvonne De Carlo, Clint Walker and Leo Gordon will be honored at the Golden Boot Awards on July 19 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Century City.
A referendum to merge the industry's two performers unions will be delayed at least until the fall because a report on melding the guilds' two pension and health plans has yet to be completed.
Frank Wuliger, a veteran literary agent at Innovative Artists, has joined the Gersh Agency as a vice president, a move that bolsters its literary department.
Roger Vorce will become chairman and CEO of APA, handing over the reins of president of the agency to James Gosnell.