WMA trimming its ranks Though rumors have been circulating for weeks that, in an effort to trim overhead and slim their bloated ranks, a wave of layoffs would be rushing through the major talent…
A year of major changes for Baton Broadcasting Inc. culminated in lukewarm year-end results, about in line with the financial district's expectations, analysts reported Thursday.
Bob Fosse was a Broadway original. The son of a vaudevillian, he captured eight Tony Awards and cre-ated a signature choreographic language that has not only endured but been widely imitated. Now…
Imagine Entertainment and Lumiere are mounting a big-budget remake of "The Constant Husband," a 1955 British comedy about an amnesiac who realizes he has five wives.
Disney brought the Serengeti to Westwood for the preem of "Lion King II: Simba's Pride" Tuesday.
Ending a summer of speculation in which every top-gun publishing player was rumored up for the job, Broadway editor-in-chief John Sterling has been appointed the new president and publisher of Henry…
Writer/producer Antwone Fisher — whose autobiographical screenplay “Finding Fish” is set up at Fox Searchlight Pictures with Denzel Washington attached to make his helming debut — has signed with…
Lexington Road Prods. has created a family-film production company, East of Doheny, which has two features in pre-production.
RUSSIA Sergei Livnev, director of Moscow’s second studio Gorky Film, is quitting his post to devote himself to screen development and distribution activities. Livnev took over at Gorky three years…
Broadcaster Tribune Co. authorized a stock buyback of up to $500 million in stock, it said Tuesday, prompting a $2.25 increase in Tribune’s stock price to close at $55.06. Tribune’s stock price is up…
Actor Richard Denning, who starred in the film “Creature From the Black Lagoon” and played the governor on the TV series “Hawaii Five-O,” died Oct. 11 of cardiac arrest at Palomar Medical Center in…