Hollywood has seen plenty of hack work over the years, but an incident this week raised the hackles of Oscar's caretakers.
Laffer Web site nationallampoon.com has started production on five new series, including the animated show "Flush Life," written by former "TV Nation" scribe Roy Sekoff.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will join the Oscar 2000 team of presenters.
Fresh from a best director Oscar nomination for "The Insider," Michael Mann's name has surfaced in several high-profile projects as he figures out which feature to do next.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors group has rung in its top picks for TV, awarding multiple editing noms to HBO's "The Sopranos," Fox's "Ally McBeal" and the WB's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
Yahoo's first online film fest has unveiled its slate of feature pics and shorts, topped by recent Ifilm acquisition "The Sadness of Sex," helmed by Rupert Wainwright of "Stigmata."
The exodus from ICM continues, with motion picture department literary agent Danny Greenberg electing not to reup his contract at the ten-percentery. A six-year vet of the agency, Greenberg is…
Gearing up for next week's kickoff, the American Film Market is boasting its highest participation levels to date. AFM will screen 400 feature films, 260 of which are market preems (a 20% jump over…
German licensing/distribution heavyweight Kinowelt Intl. has signed a three-year output deal with Charles Gordon's Daybreak Prods.
Amid explosive growth since its November launch, entertainment-themed gaming Web site Iwin.com has added Derrick Morton as its VP and exec producer and tapped Mike Beck chief financial officer.
Caroline Rhea ("Sabrina, the Teenage Witch") will host the 52nd annual Writers Guild of America Awards on March 5.