In what looks likely to be one of the closest calls in recent years, Patrice Leconte's "La Fille sur le Pont" and Luc Besson's "The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc" have received the most…
Columbia Pictures is in final talks to save "Saving Silverman" from turnaround.
time for the debut of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire's" new three-day-a-week schedule, another contestant answered that question Tuesday night.
"American Beauty" took best film honors while "Boys Don't Cry" nabbed five mentions as the Las Vegas Film Critics Society announced its 1999 award winners at Planet Hollywood.
The European music market boasted 82 albums that achieved platinum (1 million), double platinum or multi-platinum status in 1999, 70% of which were products from European talent.
Six-year "MTV Movie Awards" production vet Joel Gallen has been tapped producer of the Academy Awards pre-show.
Seven nights of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" have bequeathed ABC its largest weeklong average audience in four years, while leaving many telecasts on rival networks Nielsen paupers.
The pace of consolidation in the media industry is sending chills down the spines of some key senators, who promise to hold hearings on the AOL-Time Warner merger when they return from winter recess…
MTV has promoted Brian Graden to president of programming, citing his role in orchestrating the network's eye-opening ratings growth over the last two years.
"To get the effect we needed to achieve, we used a lot of stuff that I had never used, or used to such a degree before. We had smoke all the time and soft lighting."