A lawsuit that pitted independent producer David Stutman against Leonardo DiCaprio over the release of the low-budget film "Don's Plum" was settled Friday.
Nicholas Bogner has ankled Cruise-Wagner Prods. to take a position as VP of development for TNT Originals, where he will be responsible for developing films for the cabler franchise.
Producer Mark Johnson, who's readying the undercover cop drama "Falcone" for a midseason bow on CBS, has inked an overall development deal with Columbia TriStar Television.
In an effort to boost its post-production offerings in Europe, Todd-AO Corp. said last week that it has taken a 50% stake in post house 103 Estudio in Barcelona.
When two of New York's biggest not-for-profit theater companies announce 1999-2000 seasons sans new American plays, the legit world has to wonder: Has Lincoln Center Theater and the Roundabout gone…
The Directors Guild of America will feature a special screening of the 1951 classic sci-fi thriller "The Thing From Another World" Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Top U.S. program suppliers are headed to the last major TV market of the millennium with what one termed "tempered enthusiasm" for their prospects in the coming decade.
Twentieth Century Fox has tapped Michael Di Jiacomo to pen the adaptation of "The Light Princess," based on the fairy tale by George Macdonald.
A memorial tribute to Tony-winning costume designer Patricia Zipprodt will take place at 2 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Booth Theater.
Warner Bros. has upped Christine Williams Labrecque to VP of pay per view and video on demand sales for the company's pay TV, cable and network features division.
Jean-Jacques Annaud and Mandalay Pictures are bonding again to make "Enemy at the Gates." "Enemy" is slated to lens in Germany in December or early January.