Christian Slater and Val Kilmer are in negotiations with Emmett/Furla Films and Nittolo Entertainment to star in the action thriller "In God We Trust." Shooting is skedded to begin April 9.
Running out of loot is no laughing matter. Just ask cartoon Netco Dotcomix. The company recently laid off its staff and ceased operations after its venture capital ran dry. The company reportedly…
Ten to Watch 2001 - Directors
Miramax co-chair Harvey Weinstein issued a rousing defense of French film quotas Monday at the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in New York.
As U.S. automakers reel from an industry-wide slowdown, pressure may be mounting on General Motors to divest Hughes Electronics sooner rather than later -- and for the best possible terms. And News…
The weather between Christmas and New Year's may have been cold across the country, but audiences warmed up to syndie shows, allowing the sector to end 2000 on an upswing.
According to a report by Jim Nail at Forrester Research, companies should expect to triple their expenditure for email marketing by 2004 simply because many believe it will be the most effective way…
A federal appeals court on Tuesday declared unconstitutional Federal Communication Commission rules promoting the hiring of women and minorities in the broadcast industry. The ruling came on the same…
Despite their popularity, Britney Spears and Adam Sandler do not necessarily represent the apex of teen culture. Digital minicams and personal Web sites have given expression to a wide range of…
The Canal Plus group's French pay TV channel is axing 300 million francs ($43.5 million) from programming next year, Canal Plus senior exec Alain de Greef said.
SportsLine.com has inked a multiyear contract with the National Basketball Assn. that gives the sports Web site access to video highlights and use of league and team logos.