Twentieth Century Fox Japan marketing director Toshio Furusawa will resign at the end of the year because of health reasons. A replacement is expected to be announced soon.
Christopher Lee will be made an officer of France's Order of Arts and Letters.
In a bid to get young viewers voting in Britain's general elections, the Conservative Party, led by Iain Duncan Smith, has asked for the help of Endemol U.K. chairman Peter Bazalgette.
A revved-up marketplace is pushing the ad revenues of the 2003 Super Bowl on ABC toward a possible record $130 million. That's the word along Madison Avenue, which is buzzing about the $2.2 million…
The "Harry Potter" and James Bond juggernauts earned vast sums overseas at the weekend, but they weren't the only sizable money-makers.
Simone Halberstadt Harari has been named France's TV producer of the year.
Submissions are now being accepted for the seventh annual Prism Awards, honoring the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in entertainment.
Richard Dreyfuss will pick up career achievement kudos at the Sarasota Film Festival on Feb. 1 at the Florida city's Ritz-Carlton.
"The Quiet American" is getting a subtle Oscar campaign, at least by Miramax standards. The studio knows it has a strong shot at getting Michael Caine an actor mention for his role as a world-weary…
Syndicated lifestyle and music series "Hip Hop Nation" has been cleared in Gotham. Weekly half-hour skein, which goes behind the scenes of hip-hop culture, targets the 18-34 demo; footage for most…