Despite contradicting rumors earlier this month that women's glossy Mirabella would fold, Hachette Filipacchi prexy Jack Kliger announced Thursday that the June/July 2000 issue will be the last.
New Line has agreed to send an international man of mystery to the Sci Fi Channel to help launch a second night of original series, and he doesn't come from England.
"Miss Saigon," the sixth-longest running show in Broadway history, will drop its final curtain on Dec. 31, just 14 weeks shy of its 10th anniversary.
"Harry Potter" helmer Chris Columbus is set to make his first serious foray into network TV, inking an exclusive two-year overall development deal with Brad Grey Television.
Veteran publicity executive Scott Levine has been promoted to vice president, East Coast publicity, for Universal Pictures.
Nominees for the 19th annual Astaire Awards, which honor Broadway dancers and choreographers, were announced Thursday. This is the first time the nominees have been made public. Previously, single…
The Broadway production of "James Joyce's The Dead" will replace "Finian's Rainbow" as the final presentation of the Ahmanson Theatre's 1999-2000 season.
Cami Winikoff has been promoted to the post of chief operating officer at Trimark Pictures. Formerly the company's executive VP and chief administrative officer, Winikoff will now oversee all…
Benjamin Bratt is set to star opposite Sandra Bullock in Donald Petrie's "Miss Congeniality" for Castle Rock Entertainment and Warner Bros.
More sex is coming to Brazil. Local pay-TV programmer Starwave will launch adult-entertainment channel Penthouse TV in Brazil and has plans to expand to other Latino countries. The 24-hour channel…