Newmarket Group and Summit Entertainment have sold off three key international territories on "The Mexican," starring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts. DreamWorks will release the pic domestically.
Granada Group is planning to spin off Granada Media into a separate unit, creating a pure media company arguably better placed to be the key player in the consolidation of the ITV network.
Having established a full primetime slate of imported telenovelas, No. 2 U.S. Hispanic net Telemundo is making a major commitment to produce the popular soap operas with partners. Telemundo has inked…
Seated tan and thinner in front of a gathering within the Variety Pavilion on the Croisette, a jovial and at times self-effacing Harvey Weinstein displayed his long-time passion for the European…
Adrian Smith and Ann-Elizabeth Crotty are the latest Sony distribution execs to earn promotions.
Fine Line Features has hooked up with Granada Films to co-finance "Roofworld," an $18 million futuristic thriller set on the roofs of London.
They're ruffling a few feathers at the Peacock next fall, adding three comedies, four dramas and a Saturday movie. Meanwhile, ABC and the WB are also inching closer to locking in 2000-01 skeds, with…
Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group has closed a major international rights deal on Matthieu Kassovitz's "The Crimson Rivers," a French-language thriller repped and produced by Gaumont. "Crimson"…
USA Network has canceled "La Femme Nikita," the weekly action hour that stands as one of the most successful firstrun series in the history of basic cable.
Shooting Gallery and MM Media Capital Partners are joining forces to expand the Shooting Gallery Digital Facility.