What would Richard Rodgers think of the new "Flower Drum Song"? At the show's Thursday-night Broadway opening, Mary Rodgers Guettel attempted to answer the impossible question. "That's hard to tell,"…
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A judge on Friday set aside much of this summer's tentative ruling in the Winnie the Pooh case, which will further delay the already 12-year-old trial.
Specialty distribs count on moviegoers' carving out extra time for limited-release fare between Thanksgiving and New Year's, but there appears to be an earlier surge in such activity this year.
DreamWorks has closed a deal for life rights to Miami Beach nightclub impresarios Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello. Their story will be the basis of a film directed by Kimberly Peirce and scripted…
"Hairspray" star Marissa Jaret Winokur has signed a one-year talent holding deal with Touchstone Television and ABC Television Network.
A number of U.S. companies have completed programming deals on the heels of their participation at the Mipcom TV trade show in Cannes.
The legal fight between Michael Ovitz and his former film production prexy has entered the second round.
With CBS closing the gap on NBC's young adult dominance of Thursday nights, programmers for the two webs are fighting the ratings war one week at a time.
CBS has shredded its plans to premiere its much-hyped Enron telepic during the November sweep.
Warner Bros Pictures has paid high-six figures to option the spec script "A Private's Life" for WB-based producer John Wells to produce.
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