Brendan Fraser will be paid a dazzling $10 million to star in a Fox remake of the 1967 Dudley Moore comedy "Bedazzled."
President Clinton signed into law Monday legislation that will allow satcasters to offer local TV stations, kicking off what many hope is a new era of competition for the cable industry.
Record-busting preems by the latest 007 adventure and "Tarzan," plus good-to-excellent debuts by "End of Days" ignited the box office in a slew of offshore territories over the weekend.
Producer Moctesuma Esparza ("Selena," "Gettysburg") has agreed to chair the Hollywood Latin Cinema Committee as part of an effort to showcase the work of Spanish-language filmmakers.
Celeste Holm, Elke Sommer, Leslie Caron and Olympia Dukakis will appear during the 10th anniversary movie season at the Wang Center for the Performing Arts.
After a lengthy period of lackluster results following the merger in September 1998 of Alliance and Atlantis, Alliance Atlantis Communications posted its second straight quarter of robust results…
Now that "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" has finally taken a break, MTV will return to the gameshow threshold tonight with its own quizzer, "webRIOT." The stakes for its contestants won't quite match…
Japan's Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has announced that it hopes to establish a common receiver for communication and broadcast satellites as well as terrestrial digital TV signals.
For a film to be considered for the 72nd annual Academy Awards, the official screen credit form must be received by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences by 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Record crowds packed screenings and even the more challenging sidebar programs pulled significant numbers at the 17th Turin Film Festival a strong start for newly appointed event director Stefano…
The Karlovy Vary Festival has axed general manager Rudolf Biermann. The move strengthens the positions of fest president Jiri Bartoska and program director Eva Zaoralova.