England's soccer team qualified for the 2002 World Cup Saturday, prompting fresh talks between event rights holders the Kirch Group and U.K. broadcasters ITV and BBC, who have yet to agree on a deal…
Let the cancellations begin: CBS has pulled the plug on "Danny," making the laffer the first official casualty of the 2001-02 season.
When it comes to pioneering digital cinema, an airplane manufacturer may not be the obvious choice to lead the charge.
Square USA, which produced box office flop "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within," plans to keep its $45 million computer animation facility in Hawaii open at least through March, when it finishes a…
The official "greatest film of all time," at least according to the first American Film Institute poll, five decades of rankings by Sight & Sound magazine and more than a few critics and scholars…
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), a key voice in the runaway production issue, has signed on as a co-sponsor of wage-based tax credit legislation.
Creepy coincidence, prophetic filmmaking or the worst kind of war profiteering? Only 11 days after the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Artisan began flogging "Sonic Impact," a…
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles remained subdued in September, with activity far below the super-charged levels of the first half of the year.
Warner Bros.' imminent re-release of Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" in 70mm is prompting some to wonder: Is the format alive? Could it mount a commercial comeback? The answers seem to be…
Baz Luhrmann's work on "Moulin Rouge" isn't finished.