The record-setting Japanese animated feature "Princess Mononoke" is still clicking with Japanese auds, as its television debut on Jan. 22 scored ratings that had not been seen for 15 years.
Pathe Pictures has confirmed that it will co-finance Kenneth Branagh's "Love's Labour's Lost" in partnership with Intermedia Films and Miramax Films.
Superstation WGN, which currently carries the WB's programming lineup, will remove the weblet's shows in the fall and replace them with off-network series, theatrical films and sports.
Infinity Broadcasting Corp., the radio and outdoor advertising subsidiary of CBS Corp., has named Bloomingdale's president and chief operating officer Jeffrey Sherman to its board of directors.
In a move that bolsters its ranks and boosts its entertainment industry reach, legal powerhouse Loeb & Loeb has acquired Tenenbaum Emanuel & Fleer, one of Hollywood's leading boutique law firms.
Embeth Davidtz, best known for her role as a concentration camp servant in "Schindler's List," has been cast as the lead female opposite Robin Williams in the romantic drama "Bicentennial Man" from…
Warner Bros. Intl. Theatrical Distributors has named Nigel Sharrocks as general manager of its U.K. arm.
Chile's national TV council (CNT) has reportedly brought charges against broadcaster La Red, which is 75%-owned by Mexico's TV Azteca, for having foreigners in executive positions.
MSNBC announced Thursday that it will add "Equal Time," co-hosted by Oliver North and former federal and state prosecutor Cynthia Alksne, to its primetime lineup, beginning Feb. 1.
Robert De Niro and Edward Burns are near a deal to star in the New Line Cinema thriller "15 Minutes." Pic, written and directed by "2 Days in the Valley" helmer John Herzfeld, is skedded for a late…
The Berlin Intl. Film Fest announced Thursday that the film buff pleaser "Porgy and Bess" will close this year's fest.