Publicly traded Winchester Entertainment has agreed to buy Cobalt Pictures, the Los Angeles and London-based sales and financing company behind Disney's "Open Range" and DreamWorks' "The House of…
Arthur D. Murphy, who pioneered the field of box office reporting in his years at Daily Variety and was a cornerstone of USC's Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program, died Monday in San Luis…
Continuing its aggressive overseas production strategy, Warner Bros. is backing Gallic helmer Jean-Pierre Jeunet's next project, "A Very Long Engagement," to the tune of $47 million-plus, the…
Trio has tapped columnist Joel Stein and Quentin Tarantino as the first guest curators of its My Trio Programming block. Guests will sked Trio's primetime slate for a week.
Completing a reorg of its legal eagles, the Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday announced the appointment of four deputy general counsels with distinct areas of responsibility.
Telemundo is bringing back novelas to the 10 p.m. slot with the U.S. bow of "Family Ties," a Globo production.
Telemundo, the U.S.' No. 2 Spanish-language net, has acquired exclusive broadcast rights to 26 pics starring the legendary Mexican comedian Mario Moreno Reyes, better known as Cantinflas.
David Beckham, the most famous soccer player in the world, signed Tuesday to play for Real Madrid for the next four seasons.
Massive writedowns took their toll on Senator Entertainment's 2002 results: Losses skyrocketed from e4.2 million ($5 million) to $211 million while revenues sank 55% to $75 million.
Media and entertainment investment firm ZelnickMedia has tapped Viva founder and Time Warner vet Stanley Fertig as senior vice president of acquisitions and business development for its Japan-based…
Even the season's best pro basketball ratings weren't enough to put ABC in the winner's circle last week. With the NBA Finals delivering an audience significantly smaller than recent seasons, the…