The Peacock once again will play ball with its favorite "Kid" now that Dave Foley has inked an overall production deal with NBC Studios to develop and star in programs for various dayparts.
After 44 years on the boards, Dustin Hoffman hasn't forgotten his first acting teacher.
Bruckheimer Films has yet again taken a pitch preemptively off the market, nabbing scribe Steve Bing's comedy, "You Need Therapy."
Guy East and Nigel Sinclair's Intermedia is getting up to speed on the Internet with the launch of a Web site exclusively for distributors of its films.
In a bid to capitalize on the success of the television program, Disney Interactive is bringing ABC's highly rated "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" to CD-ROM.
Bruce Johansen has reupped for another three years as prexy and CEO of NATPE, a move that will have kept him atop the TV programming exec organization for nearly a decade.
Broadening Warner Bros.' netcasting efforts and the marketing of its feature "Three to Tango," helmer Damon Santostefano has directed a series of short docu-style promos for the film that began…
Representatives of IATSE and AMPTP have reached a tentative agreement on a three-year contract that would affect about 30,000 members of West Coast locals.
France's Lagardere group has confirmed that it is holding talks with pay TV giant Canal Plus, but appears to have poured cold water on the idea that Lagardere is seeking a 30% stake in digital…
John Malone's Starz! pay-TV network has commissioned "Starz! Movie News," a weekly half-hour series covering everything from production news and weekly box-office analysis to distribution stories and…