"No Live Girls" is not the sign you expect at Times Square's infamous Show World, on the corner of 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue.
Ted Turner is launching an independent film production outfit to produce features and documentaries. Based in Atlanta, Ted Turner Pictures will be led by CEO Robert Wussler.
AOL Time Warner took Hollywood by surprise when it announced late last week that top lobbyist George Vradenburg will ankle the gig after a relatively short stint.
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Ailing German indie label Edel Music may be mulling a sale of its North American operations, including the recently launched Edel Entertainment, and its majority interest in indie distributor…
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Spike Lee has expressed interest in directing a film version of the popular Broadway musical "Rent."
Capping off a period of accelerating misfortune for Vittorio Cecchi Gori, the beleaguered titan of the Italian film industry has been notified by national labor union CGIL that it will shut down work…
Helmer Stanley Kubrick's violent cult film "A Clockwork Orange" finally will get its first screening on U.K. television.
The American Museum of the Moving Image will bolster the revival of interest in Mel Brooks with a retrospective, "Vulgar Genius: The Movies of Mel Brooks," running July 7-15.
It was an all-action weekend overseas as "Pearl Harbor" wowed Mexico, "The Mummy Returns" blazed a trail through the Far East and "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" had a lusty launch in Singapore…
DreamWorks Music Publishing has acquired the catalog of composer Billy Strayhorn, the arranger and pianist who wrote some of the Duke Ellington Orchestra's best-known pieces, including "Take The 'A'…