Mickey, Goofy and Pluto have found a new publisher. In a multiyear licensing agreement announced Monday, Disney Publishing Worldwide has granted Random House the North American English-language…
In a deal that will fund the production and acquisition of an unspecified number of films over the next three years, Gary Levinsohn and Mark Gordon's Mutual Film Co. has finalized a financial…
In one of his first concrete steps for his nascent company, former Disney chieftain Joe Roth has set up an overall five-year output deal with Germany's Senator Films. The deal gives Senator all…
The next shots in the copyright infringement battle between Internet file-sharing company Napster and RIAA will be heard in a San Francisco courtroom.
"Gladiator" had smash international preems in Australia and Mexico last weekend while the B.O. across much of Europe was flattened by hot, sunny weather and an absence of compelling product.
After heading Sony's Asian satellite channel AXN Action TV since its launch in 1997, James Buklarewicz is returning to his former stamping ground in Europe.
“The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys” co-star Emile Hirsch is repped by manager Sam Maydew at Pop Art Entertainment. Information was unclear in Monday's paper.
MeesPierson Bank will 100% underwrite three English-lingo films from Mulholland Pictures, the Dutch outfit headed by actor Jeroen Krabbe, producer Ate de Jong and writer Edwin de Vries.
NBC Entertainment has appointed ABC daytime exec Sheraton Kalouria senior VP, daytime programs.
Ten to Watch, Producers, 2000
Anyone receiving a business card from UIP France chief Frank Chorot in Cannes over the next fortnight had better be warned -- it may soon be out of date. Chorot is being tipped as successor to Pierre…