Steven Bochco, creator of "Hill Street Blues," "L.A. Law," "Murder One" and "NYPD Blue," will be presented with the Directors Guild of America's Diversity Award at the union's March 6 awards show.
The Film Advisory Board celebrated excellence in family entertainment at the FAB Awards luncheon Feb. 7 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
The networks have reached the halfway point of the February sweeps with NBC still controlling the adults 18-49 race, leading by a full rating point, but CBS continues to hang within striking distance…
Actress and rap star Queen Latifah will take on emcee duties for the 1999 Independent Spirit Awards, to be presented March 20 in Santa Monica.
The Rank Group has posted disappointing results for the year ending Dec. 31, with pre-tax profit before exceptionals at £255 million ($415.7 million), down 15.8% on 1997.
Barry Levinson is negotiating to direct "An Everlasting Piece," a comedy to be shot in Ireland this fall about two aspiring hairpiece salesmen. The film will feature an all-Irish cast headed by Barry…
Veteran action helmer Peter Hyams, who is directing Beacon Communications' $100 million-plus Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer "End of Days," is set to helm the indie thriller "Aces High" for…
ABC has greenlit a handful of comedy and reality pilots, including a U.S. version of the hit British quiz show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" and several romantic comedies.
At a time when smaller, more specialized boutiques are breaking away from established full-service production facilities, f/x shop and production house Manex Entertainment has decided to expand…
The profitability of the televised European soccer Champions League games is in serious question after Bertelsmann announced it would not pay the $138 million that the European soccer association…
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
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