Nearly four years after it was swallowed by the now bankrupt Kinowelt Medien, arthouse distributor Pandora Filmverleih has been resurrected.
The dance is on. Miramax and Artisan have tapped Guy Ferland to direct "Havana Nights," a sequel to 1987's "Dirty Dancing."
It's off to Neverland for Universal Pictures. Studio has joined Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios on production of the first live-action "Peter Pan."
Jersey Films and Larger Than Life Prods. have acquired Rachel Klein's supernatural thriller "The Moth Diaries" to develop at Universal.
Marketing vets Bob Bibb and Lew Goldstein -- the execs who brought the Frog to the Frog net -- have sealed a new deal keeping them at the WB for at least another four years.
Time Warner Cable has restructured its pact with Advance/Newhouse Communications, which will take on direct management responsibility for 2.1 million of the partnership's subscribers.
Eastman Kodak has tapped IBM as a key technology provider, delivering file servers, storage units and other digital solutions for its new Kodak Digital Cinema Operating System -- a key part of…
MGM is expanding its relationship with Media.net, using the com-pany to speed up the production of the studio's "Agent Cody Banks," the spy laffer starring Frankie Muniz from "Malcolm in the Middle."
The vidgame biz is expected to reap a record $31 billion in 2002, a gain of 12% over last year, according to a new study by British research group Informa Media.
Kent Kubena has signed on as veepee and head of development for Art Echo, helmer Dennis Dugan's year-old production company that's based on the Sony lot.
Jennifer Lopez will produce and co-star in a feature based on the life of salsa legend Hector Lavoe. Sony-based Screen Gems will finance the pic and hold worldwide rights.