Director Nora Ephron and John Travolta, who last collaborated on New Line's "Michael," are in talks to re-team for Paramount's romantic comedy "Numbers."
Cineposium '99, an annual gathering of the Assn. of Film Commissioners Intl., exposed an ambivalent relationship between producers and local film commissioners.
Director Jan De Bont -- whose pic "The Haunting" bows today -- and his Blue Tulip Prods. are scaring up a profile as a producer, starting with a green light from United Artists on "The Paperboy."
Destination, in a preemptive bid, has snatched up North American rights to first-time filmmaker Peter M. Cohen's completed pic "Whipped."
Shaw Communications Thursday reported sharply lower profits for the third quarter due to losses on its 49% stake in start-up DTH provider Star Choice.
"Sopranos" don David Chase scored the TV producer's equivalent of a grand slam Thursday, earning Emmy nominations for writing and directing the pilot seg of HBO's Mafia family drama, which also…
A swinging box office for the King of the Jungle couldn't avert a dip in the Walt Disney Co.'s quarterly profits, squeezed by weak merchandising and licensing results and higher TV production costs.
Driven by lower earnings at its core TV station group and higher startup losses at UPN, Chris-Craft's second quarter profits dropped almost by half to $6.7 million versus $12 million a year ago, the…
Talent reps are crying foul over the new contracts NBC is fielding to potential new players on "Saturday Night Live."
A spate of production deliveries in the spring has resulted in radical growth for Telescene's first-quarter financials.
John Schlesinger has signed to direct "Two Gentlemen Sharing" for producers Hyperion Studio and Susan Landau.