Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. has donated another $1 million toward construction of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, raising the carmaker's commitment to the downtown Los Angeles venue to $2 million.
Australia's Beyond Films is shooting its first feature film in North America with Jan De Bont's Blue Tulip Prods. and Michael Peyser's Straight Edge.
Fred Smith, the 52-year-old founder, chairman and CEO of Federal Express, wants to deliver in Hollywood, too.
Eva Marie Saint and Jeffrey Hayden will receive the Los Angeles Film Teachers Assn.'s Responsibility in Television Award today for their production "Children in America's Schools with Bill Moyers
Preliminary national Nielsens for Friday and Saturday show CBS whittling down NBC's November sweeps lead, as those two networks continue toward what looks to be a photo finish in the November sweeps…
Robin Benson got her promotion, but she's still waiting for the big office to go with it.
Tele-Communications Inc. is contemplating selling assets worth $1 billion to Barry Diller's HSN Inc. to pay for an increase in TCI's stake in HSN to 25%, sources said late last week.
Proving you don't have to live in L.A. to "go Hollywood," writing-directing-producing team Darren Romeo and Josh Soloman --- working from their Washington, D.C. base --- are at work on three projects…
Never doubt Darwin's theory, for even in Hollywood evolution continues. Gone are the careless days of 60-second commercials and a market saturated with "Pocahontas" hair clips and lunch pails.
It was an ambush! New Line's "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation" led the weekend box office charge with the company projecting $17.5 million for the frame.
Two potent music-based Web sites, JAMTV.com and rollingstone.com, will merge to create the Rolling Stone Network, the most comprehensive music site on the Internet.