Susan Sarandon, John Lithgow and Debbie Reynolds have been cast as the lead voices in the animated film "Rugrats in Paris -- The Movie," the second feature based on Nickelodeon's "Rugrats" television…
The Swiss TV market is heating up for German players with Teutonic kidvid outfit EM.TV & Merchandising forming a strategic partnership with two Swiss channels within days of the launch of…
Gary E. Knell will succeed David Britt as president and CEO of Children's Television Workshop.
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Former Universal Pictures acquisitions exec Ted Perkins and Hispanic marketing specialist Juan Carlos Nieto have formed Latin Universe, a new U.S. distrib that will focus on Spanish-lingo and Latino…
Just weeks after Bob Cooper ankled as production head of DreamWorks, the company is quickly putting some of his pet projects into turnaround.
Mandalay co-founders Peter Guber and Paul Schaeffer have joined Iwerks' board of directors as chairman and vice chairman, respectively.
TrizecHahn Development Corp. has picked legit firm Back Row Productions to program and manage operations for the Hollywood theater that will become the permanent home of the Oscars in 2002.
Sandra Bullock's Fortis Films has reupped its production deal at Warner Bros. and is ramping up a quartet of projects, two animated and two live-action, for Bullock to star in.
Matthew McConaughey is in advanced talks to star in and produce with Donald De Line the pic "Red, White, Black and Blue" for Paramount Pictures.
A division of Sony released details Thursday about a six-story bayfront entertainment center that will open here in April and is expected to draw 5 million visitors a year.
Major advertisers banded together Thursday in an attempt to persuade networks to air more family programming with the first Family Friendly Program Awards.