Helmer-producer Diane Keaton is moving her Blue Relief Prods. small-screen shingle to Big Ticket Television.
Distribs at Mipcom are discreetly making money out of the Sept. 11 disaster as it becomes clear that anything that relates to terrorism is a hot property.
Mark Gordon is closing an overall producing deal at Fox. The non-exclusive first-look pact will be the first alliance Gordon has made since he and partner Gary Levinsohn dissolved their partnership…
One of Europe's most powerful media executives, Jan Mojto, acknowledged at a Mipcom presentation Tuesday that his role in the Kirch empire is about to undergo substantial changes.
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution, one of the biggest supporters of the NATPE convention, surprised the syndication industry Tuesday by reversing its decision to remain an exhibitor on the floor of…
The Mummy returned with a vengeance as consumers spent a record $90 million on purchase and rental of VHS and DVD versions of the movie in its opening week. That's a 33% bigger opening on video than…
Continuing its dominance of the special effects biz, Industrial Light & Magic has been tapped as the lead f/x studio for both Universal's actioner "The Hulk" and Warner Bros.' sequel "Harry Potter…
PanAmerican Sports Network (PSN) is back on both satcaster DirecTV and No. 2 MSO Multicanal after regulators intervened in a dispute over carriage fees.
Broadway grosses continued to recover during Week 18 (Sept. 24-30), rising a healthy 14.2% to $9,056,975 from the previous frame, despite a net loss of four shows. All shows saw upswings at the B.O.
Reality fever shows little sign of abating in Argentina, where five skeins are on the air and with plans for more to come.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures