Steven Spielberg has apparently finally outgrown his interest in videogames, or at least his interest in trying to make a business out of them.
Former President Clinton will deliver the keynote address at the Feb. 27 media and entertainment conference co-sponsored by Variety and Credit Suisse First Boston.
Fest 2001, Belgrade's 29th film festival, begins 10 days of screenings today amid much excitement in the Serb capital.
Sarah Jessica Parker is in talks to star in David Lindsay-Abaire's new play, "Wonder of the World," at the Manhattan Theatre Club this summer.
Mike Downey’s company is called Bridie Films. Sam Taylor’s Mass Prods. produced “The Young Poisoner’s Handbook.” Information was incorrect in Wednesday’s paper. * * * Craig T. Mathew took photographs…
ABC's "The Mole" showed signs of life in its fourth episode Tuesday, delivering its best ratings since its premiere while continuing to bring younger viewers to the net.
Gordon Davidson will put the new triptych musical "3hree" into the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles, replacing the previously announced "Flower Drum Song," scheduled to run April 15-June 10.
Italian exhibitors have joined forces to push for a longer season to heat up the summer months with major new product. Hollywood producers fear opening their pics during a traditionally dead period…
Like most children's bookstores in America, L.A.'s Storyopolis has a section showcasing books likely to appeal to Harry Potter fans. These days, it's as popular with Hollywood execs as with kids.
The number of homes with TiVo digital video recording machines doubled over the holidays, pushing fourth-quarter revenues for the San Jose-based company up 40% over the third quarter to $1.4 million.