Barry Diller's USA Network has landed the exclusive broadcast window to four 1998 Universal theatricals, including "Out of Sight" and "Bride of Chucky."
"Shakespeare in Love" and "Saving Private Ryan" took in the lion's share of recognition Wednesday from the Broadcast Film Critics Assn., the country's largest group of movie reviewers, in its…
Sandra Bullock, recent winner of the People's Choice Award as favorite female film star, is near a deal to star in "28 Days" under Betty Thomas' helm for Columbia Pictures.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will present the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation to David W. Gray on Feb. 27 at the Scientific & Technical Awards dinner.
Pearson TV will put some of its gameshows on the Internet after taking a 10.9% in E-Pub Holdings, a U.S.-based online entertainment company.
In the first executive fallout since Fran Shea was named prexy of E!, Debra Green, the cabler's affiliate sales chief, resigned to start her own consulting company.
Former Broadway impresario and Livent co-founder Garth Drabinsky was indicted Wednesday by a Manhattan federal court on 16 counts of conspiracy and securities fraud relating to the now-bankrupt…
Park City festgoers nostalgic for their early '90s head-banging days will have a chance to see three members of the group Guns 'N Roses reunited in live performance for the first time since the band…
Six U.S. premieres pepper the slate of the 16th Miami Film Festival, set to roll out Feb. 19-28.
Former Columbia TriStar TV exec Beverly Nix has been tapped as veep of business affairs for ABC Entertainment.
The February sweeps are fast upon us, as is the American Association of Advertising Agencies' annual media conference.