Art may be the order of the day, but it was pure Hollywood luster that set the tone as the curtain went up on the 56th Venice Intl. Film Festival Wednesday: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman and their…
Jason Sikes has been named veep of development for GRB Entertainment. In his newly created post, Sikes will oversee the development of a new slate of gameshows, talk and alternative programming in…
More than two years after the bigscreen adaptation of the John Grisham bestseller "The Runaway Jury" fell apart, director Alfonso Cuaron has been sequestered to resuscitate the project for New…
MGM and France's Television Par Satellite digital platform have signed an agreement giving MGM a two-hour branded slot on TPS' new cinema channel Cinefaz, which launched Wednesday.
Attorney Anthony Keats, whose specialty is intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting issues, has set up a new law firm in Beverly Hills with partners Larry McFarland and Dennis Wilson.
NBC has locked up the exclusive broadcast window to the Universal theatricals "Bowfinger" and "Mystery Men."
The Fox Network and its cable sibling FX have outbid Barry Diller's USA Networks for first-network window to Universal's hit theatrical "American Pie."
Urs Rohner will replace Georg Kofler as chief executive officer of Germany's most profitable web and its parent company, ProSieben Media, beginning Feb. 1, 2000.
ABC vet Mitch Metcalf has been appointed senior veep of West Coast program research for NBC.
Trimark Pictures has snatched up domestic and international rights to several "The Blair Witch Project" spoofs, all set to preem on the studio's upstart 'Netcasting site CinemaNow.