New Line Cinema has seized domestic distribution rights to writer-director Todd Solondz's untitled next project, to be produced by Gotham-based Christine Vachon and Ted Hope.
CBS has finalized a $20 million deal for a U.S. version of the sought-after Dutch import "Big Brother" -- a pact likely to take advantage of the Eye's new synergies with Viacom-owned cable properties.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Art Directors announced Tuesday that it has changed its name officially to the Art Directors Guild, its unofficial designation for many years.
Latin American pay TV giant Cisneros Television Group and online music firm ArtistDirect announced the formation of a joint venture that will create a music portal in Spanish and Portuguese.
Canuck rocker Alanis Morissette has snared nominations in five categories of this year's Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Grammy Awards.
Not satisfied with reforming television networks, NAACP topper Kweisi Mfume is setting his sights on Hollywood's film studios and agencies.
Jane Fonda has been named a presenter for the Oscar 2000 telecast, which will mark her first appearance on the show since 1992.
R&B singer-songwriter D'Angelo saw his long-awaited sophomore effort "Voodoo" (Virgin) debut as the bestselling album in the nation, moving more than 320,000 copies in its first week of release…
German giants the Kirch Group and cable gatekeeper Deutsche Telekom are planning to form an alliance to provide Internet access via cable.
As a vote of confidence from the top brass at Sony Pictures Entertainment, Screen Gems' Clint Culpepper and Peter Schlessel have been elevated to executive veep positions within the Sony label.
Four-time Emmy nominee Patricia Richardson (“Home Improvement”) will star in the indie feature “Viva Las Nowhere.” She’ll portray twins in the dark comedy about a would-be country singer. Richardson…
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