Michael Siegel has ankled his post at Brillstein-Grey Management to form a management and production company built around authors. He'll temporarily call it Michael Siegel & Associates, reprising the…
Artisan Entertainment said Friday it plans to sell $140 million worth of stock in an initial public offering.
Catherine Zeta-Jones is in talks to star in "Smoke and Mirrors" for Initial Entertainment Group. Written by Lee Batchler and Janet Scott Batchler, pic will be directed by Kevin Brodie ( "A Dog of…
It was a girls night out at the 25th edition of the Cesar Awards, the French equivalent of the Oscars, with les femmes sweeping up the majority of the prizes.
Entertainment stocks headed lower Friday amid a broader market selloff as Fed chief Alan Greenspan spooked investors by signaling that interest rate hikes are on the way.
Dorothy is going back to Oz in "Somewhere," an original telefilm in development at CBS. The contemporary story of recently widowed Dorothy Gale who returns to Oz, "Somewhere" marks Barbara…
Columbia Pictures-based Black and Blu Entertainment's Todd Black has been hired to produce its upcoming actioner, "A Knight's Tale," set to begin lensing this April.
In a deal with a high-six-figure guarantee, "Family Man" scribes David Diamond and David Weissman have been hired by Columbia to write "One Too Many," a comedy inspired by the 1940 comedy "Too Many…
NEW YORK — While several studio execs have impatiently awaited an answer that will largely determine their summer 2001 schedules, Steven Spielberg has been busy the past month accepting awards…
Conrad Hall, already a past lifetime achievement honoree of the American Society of Cinematographers, took home the 81-year-old org's feature film award on Sunday night for his work on "American…