The Supreme Court yesterday refused to reinstate a $ 15.9 million award won, then lost, by Cool Light Co., which said it was forced out of the movie and TV lighting business.
Falling long-term interest rates helped push the stock market to a record high.
Meredith Baxter has entered into a one-year first-look deal with Patchett Kaufman Entertainment providing the actress the resources to develop and produce her own material. The non-exclusive deal…
Two-time Oscar winner Jane Fonda will appear as a presenter on the 65th Annual Academy Awards Show.
Thomas Dolby and Kathleen Beller, a girl, Talia Claire Robertson, Feb. 4, L.A. Father's a musician; mother's an actress.
Former CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite will host a two-hour program on the new U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum April 26 on the Discovery Channel.
The Federal Communications Commission appears set to nix Hollywood's request that broadcasters be forced to get permission from programmers before they cut future "retransmission consent" deals with…
Singer-bandleader Billy Eckstine, whose warm baritone graced a string of '40 s and '50s hits such as "Fools Rush In" and "Everything I Have Is Yours," died yesterday. He was 78.
January 1993 -- Blockbuster purchases 35% of Republic Pictures Corp. for $ 25 million in cash and stock-- a 10% premium -- giving it direct access to an extensive film library.
In the Feb. 23 Dish column, Kid 'n Play were incorrectly identified as creators of the new TriStar TV pilot "Bodyguards."
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