Seagram CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr.'s contract with his new bosses at Vivendi includes a "termination protection" clause that will cost the French conglom a pretty penny whether he stays or goes…
Voting concludes today at the Screen Actors Guildas 74 candidates, including the late Steve Allen, vie for 25 board seats representing the Hollywood area.
Although it was announced earlier this year that the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences will finally be awarding an Oscar in the feature animation category in 2002 (if eight or more titles…
Spinner/Nullsoft general manager Josh Felser has ankled his post at the America Online division, company spokeswoman Ann Burkart confirmed Tuesday.
Moonstone Intl. Labs, the European workshop program for screenwriters and directors that functions in collaboration with the Sundance Institute, has announced its first screenwriting laboratory to…
Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman ("X-Men") will star in the time-travel romantic comedy "Kate & Leopold" for Miramax Films for director James Mangold. Cathy Konrad will produce.
TBS and Cartoon Network ended in a photo finish for the month of October, each racking up a 1.9 primetime rating in cable homes to lead the ad-supported cable-network pack.
Fireworks Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Paul Cox's "Innocence" from Cinemavault Releasing.
Take one high-profile commercial illustrator whose distinctive style is immediately recognizable, add two Emmy-winning sitcom writer-producers whose credits include "Benson" and "Cheers," throw in an…
While most dot-coms are scaling back and staffing down, Urban Entertainment has stepped up operations and attached some big names. The Netco has inked deals to produce five original animated series…
Canuck TV producer Telescene Film Group, which has been facing serious financial difficulties since August, reported Tuesday that it lost C$57.9 million ($38.1 million) in the second quarter thanks…