Puccini's "La Boheme" is expected to make its Broadway debut sometime in 2002, courtesy of director Baz Luhrmann.
In the film business, the only thing harder to cope with than failure is unexpected success. Four years ago, a trio of inexperienced filmmakers with decidedly arthouse leanings produced a little film…
Every three years, like some visiting astral body, Cirque du Soleil blazes through the New York metropolitan area.
Astute viewers of WE: Women's Entertainment will notice a subtle, recurring theme running through the cable net's advertising -- the commercials are all for Johnson & Johnson products.
At age 73, old Oscar is still capable of a few surprises. At the March 25 ceremonies, "Gladiator" nabbed five Academy Awards, including best picture, but without a win for screenplay or direction -…
In a preemptive deal worth $1 million against $1.5 million, MGM has purchased an untitled pitch by writers James DeMonaco and Kevin Fox for a film that will be directed by John Woo and produced by…
Spanish film and TV production house Starline is driving into event miniseries production.
After a quick start during the first two months of the year, B.O. slowed its 2000-topping pace in March from a 22% lead over the same period in 2000 to just 12% ahead. The March 2-April 1 span banked…
April will at last see the theatrical release in the U.S. and France of a wannabe blockbuster many people thought would never see the light of day.
Lifetime execs were literally uncorking the bubbly on Tuesday, celebrating the fact that for the first time in its 17-year history, the cable net ranked No. 1 in primetime for an entire quarter.
The two top execs of Warner Bros.' parent AOL Time Warner confirmed Tuesday that the company is pursuing a possible deal with DreamWorks.