Teen movies have suddenly gone colder than the corpses in a slasher pic -- and stricter safeguards against marketing R-rated fare aren't making things easier.
French media giant Vivendi Universal is rumored to be the mystery savior of sports marketing group ISMM, which has put itself up for sale in an attempt to avoid bankruptcy.
Leave a vacuum of information, and people fill in the gaps themselves. When News Corp.'s Hong Kong-based satcaster Star pulled out of the city's pay TV license bids in December without explanation…
With a little help from seven unidentified private investors, theater producer Adam Epstein is moving into feature film production via his newly formed Bonmark Entertainment shingle.
On May 9, the Cannes Intl. Film Festival will open with 20th Century Fox's summer biggie "Moulin Rouge" -- a perfect example of the newfound detente between Hollywood and the fest.
German kidvidder TV Loonland has licensed two pre-school properties to the Disney Channel.
After several false starts, Miramax is poised to start shooting the musical "Chicago," with a new script by Oscar-winning "Gods and Monsters" scribe Bill Condon and a deal in place with Rob Marshall.
Studio Babelsberg is looking to launch two investment funds to bankroll U.S. and European pics. Company execs said a $224 million fund will be set up with an unnamed major U.S. independent producer…
Once more, with feeling. Fueled by publicity over its best-pic Academy Award and other Oscar wins, DreamWorks will run "Gladiator" through its theatrical paces one more time. Brought back for a small…
German film group Senator Entertainment saw a 72% increase in revenues for fiscal year 2000 to DM 211 million ($96 million), but the company's net profits for 2000 were $1 million, slashed from the…